Welcome to the Community Connectors Guide (CCG)!

This Guide is to provide you with the skills to become ambassadors to your community and
perhaps the world. It is based on ideas from around the world and underscored by 
global best practices. These goals include: sharing knowledge, easing extreme poverty,
teaching global health practices and modeling skills to improve the daily quality of life.

Basic Curriculum Components

Black Men And Computer : Portrait of an African American business man displaying an open laptop
 Basic ICT Skills  PC Hardware  PC Operating System
 Media Literacy  Soft Skills

 Community Engagement  Partnership Development  

Advanced Curriculum Components

 Advanced PC Hardware  Advanced PC Operating System

Global Overview

Working in conjunction with local Non-Governmental Organization (NGOs), Cisco, One Global Economy (OGE) is training managers and local trainers to deliver community skills, technology skills, leadership skills, management skills, and critical thinking skills to ensure the viability of the Community Knowledge Center (CKC) and sustenance of the Beehive (http://rwanda.thebeehive.org), a locally produced website with resources related to the opportunities and needs of the community.


To create a group of youth who are aware that knowledge, employment and practical skills as essential tool for personal development. to positively contribute to his/her community.


Empower group of youth to become ambassadors connecting their community to the power of knowledge, technology and media, as part of CKC activities.


To create a group of youth who are aware that knowledge, employment and practical skills are essential tools for personal development, to positively contribute to his\her community.


The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) and the United Nations joined efforts to convene global leaders to address global challenges. In alignment with the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in public-private partnerships, this collaboration’s goal is to bolster government-run Community Knowledge Centers.


  • Aged 16-30 African youth.
  • Between High-School and University.
  • Each group consists of 20-25 people representing the diversity in the local community.
  • Paste the Pre-requisite