I propose we do this by developing a skill-based curriculum which can be taught by the qualified professionals in these communities. The professionals can be trained to teach skills they are already familiar with.
In turn the students will be able to learn courses that will help them acquire transferable skills which will help them in future jobs as well as their everyday lives. It also creates an element of play into the classroom which will help get the students more engaged.
The advantage of developing a skill based curriculum is that it is not limited to just children but adults as well. The skills taught can get progressively more complex as the the age of the students increases engaging the entire community.
I can see industry playing an important role in making the right tools available for these courses. Companies like LEGO, littleBits, IKEA, Intel, etc being invaluable in helping design these courses as well as providing the material for execution.
Large universities across the world would also be extremely invaluable in helping design the curriculum and delivery as well providing training for the "educators" (in this case the professionals who will be teaching)
This curriculum can create value both in the short term as well as the long term since these learned skills can easily be transferred into practical applications.