he outcome of this endeavor, of course, will be measured on how much the unemployment number is lowered among youths and unemployed graduates in various African communities. It will also be measured on how much employers are satisfied with the quality of their workers graduating from the institute. And it will also be measured on how satisfied students and their parents are with the education and training they are acquiring from the institute.
In measuring the desired outcome, we cannot forget how satisfied the various teachers and professors and experts are with their teaching methods, input, and then outcome.
The chief benefactor in all this will, of course, be the government and the citizens of the affected communities. With decrease in youth and graduate unemployment, one will also see a decrease in youth crime. With a decrease in the pollution of the rivers and lands, residents will see an increase in the amount of fish they catch and the amount of food they produce respectively. Air quality will also improve, as pollution and environmental degradation will no longer be an issue—companies having risen to the occasion to do the right thing by the communities that gave them life.
ore parents will be able to send their children to school, and more children will be more willing to attend school and graduate because the brightness of their future has been assured. It is a win-win for everyone involved.