Building resilience is one of the slogans and hashtags that Dreams Hub has been using during this Covid-19 period.
About a month ago, they started their massive digital education program, awarding 30 scholarships for courses in information of technology (softskills) through their AUTOCLAX.com platform
This week the Hub has added a total of 18 kids, between the ages of 7 and 13 , to its initial list of 30 scholarship recipients, to receive FREE training in information technology.
‘Huevos de Cristal’ is a Spanish term which means Crystal Eggs, which represents the fragility of this age group, its absorption capacity, its agility, its curiosity and its great enthusiasm to learn in a fun way.
The children, with the consent of their parents, will attend Dreams Hub twice a week, in shifts that guarantee all preventive measures against Covid-19, in addition to being adjusted and compatible with their usual school activities at their respective educational centers.
It should be noted, that the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons, through its national content department, supported the center last July with the acquisition of computer equipment, specifically, desktop computers; a batch that was added to the other computer equipments that were subsidized by the US embassy, as Dreams Hub was one of the winners of its 2019 subvention program. The French institute in Equatorial Guinea collaborates with Dreams Hub by offering its facilities so that the scholarship holders DreamsHub2020 can use the internet and complete the training. Likewise, both Dreams HUB – IFGE are working to start up an incubator.
“We are committed to mass digital education and promoting a cultural movement that values the importance of returning to reading and reflective listening, as a basis for managing uncertainty, rich in values of integrity, teamwork, innovation, motivation, confidence, passion, discipline, as well as ecological values to respond to the aspirations of youth “.
Oscar A. NCHASO BEKARI – Founder & Managing Director, Dreams HUB