Talent and Knowledge
Today's era is defined by emerging innovative technologies; these times require completely revolutionary approaches to schooling and to education. Currently, the majority of content taught in schools is irrelevant to the local economies for employability. In order to build their human capital and bridge the skills gap, education instead should equip youth with relevant skills and knowledge allowing them to embrace global trends, such as the rapid growth of technologies, adapt in a rapidly changing world and address global issues like healthcare, energy, and development challenges. Thus, quality education is strongly linked to job creation and employment rates, and it will significantly determine how the continent performs in the global economy in the nearby future.
However, all around the world, and specifically both Africa and Nicaragua are already home to several hidden young talents. So by enabling them with current technologies and quality education, will in turn benefit the western world immensely. One such western continent is Europe. Therefore, the population shift around the world - the population is declining in the West and increasing in less developed countries such as Africa - results in opportunities for both.
To address this situation, we aim to implement a self-sustainable model to provide to countries across the world, whilst paying attention to existing gaps in foundational skills and other skills required to cope with rapidly changing jobs.