This paper investigates the challenges and determinants to youth participation in the Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP) and evaluates the operation of the programme against initial guidelines, objectives and design for job creation and skills development in response to high unemployment in Northern Uganda.

Specifically the study was conducted in the districts of Gulu and Oyam covering 22 youth projects and 75 group members. We used qualitative and
quantitative methods and collected data using questionnaires, observations and interviews from a sample of 73.3 percent males (55) and 26.7 percent (20) females.  Download full report here