In the Connected Economy, value is created through the technology-enabled links between people, machines, and organizations. To counter that threat, organizations all over the world are changing how they operate to become part of the Connected Economy. This integration of the digital and physical worlds will transform the economy across the ten pillars that today represent its key cornerstones. Sam Onyemaechi launched a project to educate our teeming youths into the new world era of revolution.
The beginning of 2007 offers a conflicting picture of the global economy for those trying to discern trends, challenges and opportunities. While some developing countries are succeeding in bringing hundreds of millions out of poverty, too many are still mired in a doom spiral of conflict, poverty, and disease- despite the entry of new philanthropists, advocates and global corporations into the field of development. Our economy has changed. Once in every decade something new comes along.
Innovation has been identified as a means to support development in developed and developing countries. New technologies can bring significant changes to these countries and improve their living conditions. In attempting to compensate for this insufficiency, Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian Foundation tries to launch our teeming youths into the new world of connected economy that will help them to eke out a living and to fit into the new trend in digital technology. We can achieve this together.
Through education and financial support, this project nurtures self-confident, independent, and productive individuals. By breaking the cycle of poverty, Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian Foundation is empowering new generations of youth to achieve their dreams of owning their own homes, building happy families, and creating their own satisfying life projects. This will certainly contribute to the social development of Lagos and it's environs by creating a more fair and educated society.