Although Grameen Intel uses technology to solve social problems, CEO Kazi Huque says education about how to use that technology is key in addressing the world’s toughest challenges.I believe in leading with education; technology is just an enabler. We have the information and technology. The missing link is education, and identifying local people on the ground to [effectively] use the technology.Our software eAgro has been the most successful in analyzing farmers’ soil and recommending the right amount of fertilizer, but people have to be willing to listen and adapt. What’s important at the end of the day, and for the next generation, is education.Huque was a judge at the Tech4Change event June 7th-9th, held at Mercy Corps and co-sponsored by Startup Weekend, which brought together entrepreneurs to create viable social enterprises that can be scaled to address global needs.