Young people are indeed a special segment of human development, not just physically but also emotionally and cognitively. They are endowed with special ways of thinking and educational inputs should ideally be designed to help their development. In fact, the lack of proper guidance and educational opportunities that should normally help in the development of such qualities often result in failureand lead to social evil. Indeed, the youthful idealism and energy resources of young adults provide a tremendous force for potential change and reconstruction with which they can help transform their condition and the condition of millions of others. The first generation graduates in a family are needed to ensure that they acquire the knowledge, capacities, skills and ethical values needed to fulfill their role as agents of development, good governance and social inclusion. UHET has made significant contribution in this front also.