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Grant scholarships for people from the 50 poorest countries in the world

Today, agile IT skills are key in many industries and sectors. IBQMI® has designed several accessible courses to equip the next generation with up-to-date IT Project Management skills. IBQMI® aims at building youth's interest in Kanban, Lean Project Management and Agile Coaching skills while developing their 21st-century skills. We grant scholarships specifically for people from developing countries and people who seek global and national development through further education. The program will include online certification and study.

Expected impact

Access to further education doesn’t just help the individual, but also has invaluable impact on society as a whole. Our Scholarships provide an opportunity for many people to earn an education. Without assistance from an outside source, students may have trouble paying for the degree they need in order to enter the workforce and become a contributing member of society.



Goal 8
Staff / Technical expertise
We have trainer in over 35 countries who develop training programs for high growth potentials.
Basic information
Start: 01 April, 2020
Completion: 01 January, 2022
International Business and Quality Management Institute LLC (Private sector)
International Business and Quality Management Institute LLC
Initiative focused on COVID-19 pandemic response, prevention and recovery efforts
Not specified
Geographical coverage
Beneficiary countries
Other beneficiaries
Contact information
Marcello Raffaele Avagliano, Manager, m.avagliano@ibqmi.org, +1 307-459-3576
Cheyenne, USA
United Nations