Global Minimum inspires a generation of African youth to imagine and realize an equitable and just world. We will achieve this by implementing youth-oriented programs that enable them with Core 21st century competencies including critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration, Technical capacities gained through hands-on learning and training in design thinking and entrepreneurship, A community committed to justice and equity, An ability to envision a future world and identify their role in building that world
At GMin, we seek to create an ecosystem in which youth from all segments of society have opportunities to learn. We believe that learning and making are interconnected; we learn how to make and we learn through what we make. The spirit of entrepreneurship brings to life this iterative process of developing new skills while working to broaden our perception along the way.
It’s learning that is hands-on, tactile, and empowering. When activated in our youth, it has both immediate value, instilling confidence and self-esteem, and long-term effects, shaping our attitude, mindset, and behavior.