In the past five decades after independence, Uganda has tried to improve the living standard of her people; despite adverse effects of various wars and conflicts that dominated nearly three decades of her self rule. Uganda’s dream consists in attaining good leadership, good governance, better health care, good infrastructure, progress in industrialization. However, achieving this has been just a dream and far from reality. Statistics tell us that 38% of Ugandan children are chronically undernourished or stunted and majority of the rural population live on less than $1.25 per day. In order to eradicate poverty and keep Uganda’s development pace, there is need to move from rudimentary agricultural base to industrial model. The industrial development must take into consideration the environmental care and maximum use of natural resources of the Pearl of Africa. Besides the giftedness in nature, Uganda is also blessed with young people who are skilled or interested in education. This giftedness of her people should be rightly exploited.