Some community members lack the knowledge that can keep them fully employed in agriculture. The most unfortunate bit is that other community members who chanced to study despise agriculture as an alternative employment venue given the colonial curriculum that connoted, identified and classified agriculture as an activity of the less privileged class in the community. Despite this agriculture has seen the country through thin and thick by producing the exports that earn the country the so much needed foreign exchange and keeping the countries folk more than 80% employed in activities that are as a result of agriculture. Very few are directly employed in production which is our major concern but very many are employed in not so direct agricultural related activities like the daily markets in Uganda, exportation, services industry and utilization/consumption of agricultural produce. Making agriculture a direct employment facility will definitely have a multiplier effect on employment in many other spheres like the processing industry and others.