21st century skills (soft skills)

The ARED micro franchise business model is a business in a box solution with a smart solar kiosk used for selling services at a fee.
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The Speed School program transitions out-of-school children in Ethiopia and Liberia into local schools through an innovative pedagogy and intensive instruction calendar that covers the first three years of the national curriculum in just one year.
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SOLE in a Box provides schools across South Africa with crowdfunded kits that allow students to guide their own learning by using the internet to answer "big questions" and develop IT skills, creativity, and entrepreneurship.
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HeLP's peer-to-peer promotes health lifestyles among Indonesian secondary school students, substantially decreasing the risk of unhealthy behavior and increasing knowledge associated with sexual relationships, HIV/AIDs, and drug prevention.
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Prikkle Academy's Collaborative Community program engages rural Nigerian youth and young adults in an intensive training that helps them realize their full potential and develop sustainable social solutions for their communities.
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NaTakallam (“we speak” in Arabic) recruits and hired displaced Syrians as language partners and connects them to Arabic learners around the world, providing affordable intercultural and language exchange by leveraging available online communication technologies.
Tech Dada, or Tech Sisters in English, equips girls and young women with skills in technology, design and business as well as helping to build their identity and expand their personal freedom.
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SSP works to close South Africa's income gap by financing low-income secondary school students to attend a top secondary school, and through a student and family support program to ensure that students will succeed in their new environment.
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Through Project Kakuma, teachers from all over the world provide education to students in the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya via Skype.
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