Education, Skills and Learning

Here's how Latin American communities are bridging the skills gap

Civil society has a role to play in closing the skills gap in Latin America. Image: REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

Christopher Worman

Executive Director, Connect Humanity

Hector Mujica

Regional Manager,

Melissa Huerta

Senior Program Officer, Mozilla Foundation


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