Economic inequality in third-world countries is directly related to the lack of opportunities to carry out projects to reality.
The Internet has made it possible to democratize learning in some way, however, if the projects that arise from learning are not funded, they will only be ideas.
Following the historical example of communities such as silicon valley and crypto valley, their success was due to a successful collaboration between: government, universities, investors, and entrepreneurs.
Information and learning are transmitted in each bar or cafe where friends and colleagues meet at the end of their work and university hours.
Following this precedent, developing a Technology Hub in a small city in Mexico with several universities could allow Spanish-speaking users to learn to code blockchain and surround themselves with entrepreneurs and investors a few meters away.
The result would not only be the attraction of talent in the area, but an economic trigger for the area.
To achieve this, it would be necessary to have the support of foundations in the sector such as web3, ethereum and others, as well as a small crowdfunding campaign to buy an office, computers, and people willing to translate existing courses into Spanish or design others from scratch.
Do you think that any community like ethereum and blockchain foundations could be interested in financing this project?