We Nurture Talent into BUSINESS

Who We Are

Talents Enabling Uganda is a livelihoods empowerment organization that exists to improve the quality of lives of youths and women through skills education, entrepreneurship, health and Psychosocial support interventions. We also engage in social and behavioral change communications, striving to create a lasting impact on the lives of youths and women in Uganda.


Our work enables youth to discover their passions and take action to positively impacts their own lives. We know that all young people have potential to lead a productive life and contribute to societal development positively.


Our Team Delivers Top Quality Product and Amazing Leadership and Training Programs

We help our clients to develop clear strategies and roadmaps to get their products to market as quickly as possible, without skimping on the details.

1. Okello Alex – Executive Director
2. Quaga Grace – Programs coordinator, Finance and Administrator
3. James Sekanda – Programs manager – Life Spark Program
4. Ahereza Nadrew – Programs Manager – Come Alive Discipleship Program
5. Kyokusima Doreen – Manager Research and Development


Uganda has the world’s third fastest growing population, over 70% of which is young. Slightly over 50% of the population is under the age of 15 years and approximately 30% are between 15-to-30 years-of-age. Ugandan-youth face significant socio-economic limitations characterized by high levels of household-poverty, weak social-service systems, deeply-rooted negative socio-cultural norms, among others.

Mission and Vision

Our vision : Holistically empowered youths positively engaged in societal development. Our mission: To improve the quality of lives of youths through Economic Skills development and psychosocial support.


Through our Life Spark Program, we have Trained 124 youths in Life skills and social entrepreneurship in Mbale, 228-DREAMIC project-Girls in Self-Confidence, business & market connection-skills in Gulu-Lira-Oyam. Mentored 180 Interns, in Work readiness, Job Search and retention Soft skills in Kampala.

Our theory of change

If marginalized and vulnerable youth and women living on less than a dollar a day are provided comprehensive support and opportunities for skills development, entrepreneurship, and health education to start income-generating activities, they can empower themselves to lead fulfilling lives and contribute positively to society's development. The increase in economic status can elevate them to participate in decision-making in both domestic and public spheres.

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