a life today.
Almost 90% of all young people live in developing countries
621 million young people do not have access to education, employment or training
In the next decade, 1 billion young people face a future of unemployment
Continue reading to find out how we are helping children and youth escape the poverty cycle
About The Komenda Project
The Komenda Project is focused on education and mentorship to create long-term change in underprivileged communities.
Our Vision is to empower and enable underprivileged children and youth to make sustainable change in their communities. We’ll do this by:
Introducing innovative educational, support, and mentorship programs
Providing access to financial and training resources that will enable individuals to reach their full potential
Creating the foundation for our programming in Komenda and adapting the model based on the needs of other underprivileged communities
Our Unique Approach
The Komenda Project is unique because the driving force is creating long-term sustainable solutions to poverty alleviation. We believe that poverty alleviation starts with economic empowerment. In addressing the root cause of poverty, we are able to design programs that create long-lasting change in underprivileged communities, breaking the poverty cycle.
Connecting disadvantaged youth
Promoting innovative mindsets through our programs
Using STEM education as a tool to empower the youth
Building leadership skills for youth to become the next change agents
Providing financial support for schools and students in poor communities
Promoting wellness to create a strong support system for youth
Long Term Impact
Create opportunities for job creation through entrepreneurship training
Establish accelerator and entrepreneur training to mentor entrepreneurs in underdeveloped communities
Provide scholarships for certifications and post-secondary education
Innovation competitions to jump-start the problem-solving mentality of youth
Job placements for students in rural communities
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