Description/achievement of initiative
The World Top 20 Project mission is to ensure every child on the planet has an opportunity to reach their full potential, with access to quality education in a safe and nurturing environment.
1) Developing an international education database of 200 plus nations.
2) Update and Monitor the database quarterly
3) Work to establish a resolution with the United Nations to protect children to school, in school, and from school
4) Build partnerships to provide pre-primary and primary educational tools for children to achieve literacy and numeracy
NJ MED uses a volunteer staff of high school and college students to gather data, that is verified from three sources.
NJ MED uses its $480,000 annual grant from Google to promote its data and daily information that relates to SDG Goals.
NJ MED participates in strategic initiatives (Which are outline on the World Top 20 Project website).
Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer
The World Top 20 Project initial stage is to target Africa and Asia with its online advertising campaign and goals.
The Project's next stages will include building an online network for the deliverables.
Coordination mechanisms/governance structure
The World Top 20 Project gathers educational data from early childhood to college, to prepare a data base for each category. The information is promoted online with a grant from Google.
The data collection process uses establish data from other international educational and social development organization for the first seven years of the project. In the eighth year (2020), the project will use its own online network to collect, update and monitor its data base of 200 plus nations.
To achieve it final two stages, NJ MED will join and support other international initiatives.
NJ MED (New Jersey Minority Educational Development)