Fundacion Paraguaya works with poor rural communities to transform their youth into rural entrepreneurs. In addition to top-quality education, self-sufficient productive business units, which cover some of the school operating costs, are incorporated. This educational model uses the Learn by Doing, Selling, and Earning methodology, that is, it has a curriculum based on theory classes complemented by hands-on field practice. With this innovative approach we seek to make a difference and above all ensure that more youth at risk acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to being their own rural enterprises, access a decent job in the agricultural or livestock sector, or continue studying. This school model can also be replicated anywhere in the world because it is like a social franchise that is based on entrepreneurship.