I would like to know if the following qualifies us to become a WorldPossible Social Entrepreneur? I think we can “build sustainable, community-based chapters, to promote local ownership and improve educational outcomes for youth.”
When Ken Wyrick showed his RACHEL Pi to me, last week, I immediately thought of a friend/colleague who has an NGO in Nigeria. The NGO is 10 years old. It is an existing program. It is in Enugu, Nigeria. Their challenges were electricity and consistent Internet access to relevant content.
Most of the electricity challenge has been solved. Some of her former students, whom have graduated college, returned to lead a solar project on the facility. I used “most” because they still need more panels to accomodate the entire facility.
I believe RACHEL-Pi is the answer to her organization’s content challenge. I sent her some of your videos and the case studies. She immediately responded/suggested “we can teach everyone…”
She is a professor in Montgomery County Maryland. Each year she goes to Enugu in July and in December. I told her I am ready to go to Enugu in July (for an extended period), to get RACHEL-Pi setup at her facility and create a plan to get it to others.
I have more to share with you about the program, but will await your feedback on the question of becoming a WorldPossible Social Entrepreneur.
Your attention to this is appreciated in advance. Thank you for the time AND RACHEL-Pi!