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Forward Digital MENA is committed to developing the digital skillset of people from all backgrounds to fulfill the jobs of today and tomorrow

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OnRamp Academy

OnRamp academy is a partnership between LIFE, SPEEDLANE and Forward MENA to equip young people residing in Lebanon with the necessarily skills needed in the current job market.

Forastech

Forastech is an innovative online platform dedicated to empowering Lebanon’s aspiring learners, aged 17 to 32, from diverse backgrounds.

OUR PREVIOUS PROJECTS

MICROSOFT CERTIFICATE

The World Bank in partnership with Forward MENA brought Microsoft and LinkedIn’s global skills initiative to Lebanon’s youth. The initiative offered FREE courses and Microsoft certifications for the 3 most wanted technical jobs, along with 7 other learning paths for 1,500 candidates.

BADEEL AUF PreIncubator

BADEEL (“Alternative” in Arabic) pre-incubator of the AUF was a support program aimed at giving student entrepreneurs from Lebanese universities the support and tools necessary to move from an idea to a structured and viable project. Led by “Le Centre d’Employabilité Francophone” (CEF) of Beirut in partnership with Forward MENA.

OUR IMPACT

STUDENTS TRAINED ON TECH AND SOFT SKILLS OF TOMORROW
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TEENS AND YOUTH EXPOSED TO CAREER GUIDANCE ACTIVITIES
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INTERNS DEVELOPING PRACTICAL INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
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EMPLOYERS ENGAGED IN LEBANON
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EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS ENGAGED ACROSS LEBANON
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TESTIMONIALS

John

Student
Thanks to the Soft Skills Training, I was able to develop my technical and soft skills and also enhance my network.
 
 
 

Amina

Student
Thanks to the Digital Marketing Pilot Course, I was able to understand more about the job requirements of a digital marketeer and secure a job at a well-reputed company in Lebanon. Thank you Forward MENA.

OUR RESEARCH

BOSTON CONSULTING GROUP & FORWARD MENA STUDY

Forward MENA in collaboration with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has conducted a study aimed at fostering the growth of remote work ecosystems in six developing countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA): Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia.  

The goal is to help transform these focus countries into talent hubs of the future, with skilled workforces fully enabled to serve large markets. Study insights will provide these countries with a roadmap for positioning their workforces and remote work ecosystems to serve clients in nearby markets looking to outsource parts of their value chain. 

It will also benefit countries with workforce shortages, allowing these “demand markets” to access skilled and abundant talent with a solid supporting ecosystem.