Childhood advice about studying hard, finishing university, and landing a secure job is outdated. Today's job landscape is dominated by contracts, not permanence. In my own experience, annual contract renewals became nerve-wracking. Witnessing colleagues lose contracts pushed me to explore entrepreneurship as a safety net. Uganda faces a daunting challenge of youth unemployment, with thousands graduating into a job market offering only a fraction of needed positions. Entrepreneurship is a vital solution, especially for women who face unique hurdles. Mkazipreneur, a platform I created, aims to empower women entrepreneurs with resources, support, and a thriving community. Together, we can uplift each other and drive positive change.