Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
College of Theology, Arts, & Sciences
International Development and Service
International Development and Service, MA
education, youth empowerment, non-formal education, Uganda
Education is a universal right because it determines a person’s future. Education is becoming more important as the youth population continues to increase exponentially in sub-Saharan Africa. Current research shows that the international community needs to focus on the education sector to improve development. One type of education proven to aid in low-resource countries is non-formal education because it is flexible enough to fit the needs of students in communities. Youth empowerment has become a popular method for non-formal education because of its ability to transform a community. Uganda is a developing country with one of the largest youth populations in the world and education is lagging to improve quality of life. The project in this study will discover if non-formal education can become a solution for increasing the quality of education at Musana Nursery and Primary School by having a flexible afterschool program curriculum catered to students’ needs as they continue their education pathway.
CU Commons Citation
McIntyre, Maria E., "A Uganda Case Study: Using Non-Formal Education to Increase the Quality of Education" (2017). MA IDS Thesis Projects. 47.