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Equipping Youth with Agripreneurship and Other Valuable Life Skills by Linking Secondary Agricultural Education to Communities for Improved Livelihoods: A Comparative Analysis of Project-based Learning in Uganda

@inproceedings{Mukembo2017EquippingYW,
  title={Equipping Youth with Agripreneurship and Other Valuable Life Skills by Linking Secondary Agricultural Education to Communities for Improved Livelihoods: A Comparative Analysis of Project-based Learning in Uganda},
  author={Stephen Charles Mukembo},
  year={2017}
}
This study sought to assess how a project-based learning (PBL) approach involving agripreneurship enhanced students’ understanding and application of poultry science knowledge and concepts and related entrepreneurial competencies learned at school to real-world settings. Further, the participants’ experiences were described regarding school-based, agripreneurial projects (SAPs) and their potential for improving agricultural practices and livelihood opportunities. This study employed an embedded… 

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