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Enable web3 apprentices
Wezesha means ‘to enable’ in Swahili. We want to enable tech progress and web3 in the ascending world. We want to enable worldwide talent for digital economies.
Imagine students and young entrepreneurs in remote places of Africa and the ascending world in general, trading with their peers in VR and learning business through digitally native student companies enabled by web3.
Our team has experience with bringing practice enterprises methodology from Germany and Slovakia to Sub-Saharan Africa, nurturing student startups at rural schools and starting one of the first rural startup hubs in the world back in 2015.
Projects we worked on grew to over 140 schools in Kenya. Now we want to create a digitally native version of vocational education, combining the tools of web3 with the idea of student companies. And scale it on-chain, not just for Africa but for the whole ascending world and internet.
We are inspired by @balajis vision of digitally native education and his 1729.com crypto-university. We are aiming at crypto high schools and vocational learning hubs combined with community meetups. We want to enable web3 apprentices anywhere.
We want to serve as a web3 onboarding platform and brokerage for learning companies and student startups. Thus we want to become a digitally native equivalent of the (inter)national center for practice enterprises (e.g. Slovak Center for Training Companies as a member of Practice Enterprises Network).
These centers simulate various governance and banking structures and is usually provided by state, non-profit or for-profit entity that serves as a central hub for vocational learning purposes.
We want to replicate this for web3 and strike a right balance/synthesis between centralized and decentralized solutions.
We also feel this is a low-stakes way to provide scaffolding for learners in the web3 era and onboard even people in remote areas of the ascending world.