ProFuturo’s sustainability model is based on a roubust ecosystem of public-private partnerships that will ensure the long-term operation of ProFuturo’s digital education solution. Thus, ProFuturo leverages on multi-stakeholder partnerships with organizations like UNESCO, and with partners on the field such as World Vision, Save the Children and Entreculturas, who support the implementation of the initiative in various countries.

ProFuturo also has the support of the Pontifical University of Salamanca and the University of Los Andes in developing the tools that measure the initiative’s results and impact.

Locally, ProFuturo works with a partnership model at three levels. An implementation plan is designed with ProFuturo’s partners after identifying the key local stakeholders working in education as well as local capabilities and resources.

Directly with Governments 

In some regions, ProFuturo has signed agreements with governments to adapt the content in line with the aims of the national curriculum, and thus obtain their validation and certification (for example in Latin America).

With Governments through a local partner 

ProFuturo’s model is implemented through collaborators on the field who have ample experience working with government. These partners may be NGOs, associations or other local institutions. These collaborators will have previously worked with the government and are capacitated to serve as mediators and offer ProFuturo a favorable foundation for launching its initative (for example in Kenya).

With a local partner 

In this case the local partner has achieved recognition by officials of government in the area of education and can advise on how to introduce and adapt ProFuturo’s proposals to the local characteristics (for example in Tanzania).