Under the Patronage of HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan, President of the Royal Scientific Society, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Princess Sumaya University for Technology - the No Lost Generation (NLG) Tech Summit is a two-day event, co-led by UNICEF and NetHope, focused on tech-enabled solutions that connect Learning to Earning for vulnerable adolescents and youth across the Middle East and North Africa.
The NLG Tech Summit, was held June 25 –26 in Amman, Jordan, at the Amman Marriott Hotel. The Summit showcased tech-enabled solutions and models that provide pathways for vulnerable adolescents and youth to learn, and connect them to opportunities to access dignified employment.
The NLG Tech Summit was the latest in a series of events designed to bring together youth, private sector companies, development and humanitarian experts, academic institutions and donors to leverage technology and cross-sector collaboration to connect learning to earning for young people in the region, particularly those affected by the crises in Syria and Iraq.
Connecting Learning to Earning - See How
This year’s NLG Tech Summit was unique in that, from beginning to end, it involved youth from the MENA region, from the planning and production of the Summit, to the presentations and development of recommended actions. Read more here about the involvement of youth in this third annual NLG Tech Summit.