The impact of the youth livelihood program on youths Wellbeing, case study of Busimbi Division Mityana District.

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Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The study examined the various activities in which youth livelihood programs absorb the well being of the urban youth of Busimbi division Mityana district. The study was guided by pour objectives which include: to establish the current knowledge. perceptions and attitudes f the youth towards the youth livelihood program, to establish a relationship between the youth livelihood program and well being of youth .in Busimbi division and to determine the challenges facing youth livelihood program on the well being of the urban youth [‘he study also used data collection methods such as a questionnaire. Both qualitative and quantitative methods were used to analyze data. [‘he study revealed that most of the youth had challenges that hindered their projects operations, corruption, poor mobilization and sensitization and political interference among others. Problems In the context acquisition of license for registration, duplication of products have been attributed to competition. This has culminated into widening of youth groups emphasizing traditional guarantee groups as busimbi division. The study revealed that most youth who own businesses in the area of study used own savings as startup capital for their businesses hence operating at small level with a structural Hierarchy of own boss. despite the challenges faced by youth livelihood program as overwhelming demand. competition from similar programs and operations, efforts has been undertaken to increase ~e role of such projects in the provision of well being of urban youth. The study recommended youth livelihood programs to employ fellow workers who are willing to work who have different ideas in certain fields to form record keeping. good and well infrastructures can help in the performance of youth livelihood and therefore e better performance.
A research report submitted to college of humanities and social sciences in partial fulfillment for award of Bachelors Degree in Public Administration of Kampala International University
youth livelihood, program, youths Well being, Busimbi Division