The Pan-African Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education recognize African-driven and African based organisations addressing skill gaps, financial insecurity and underemployment through innovative entrepreneurial education programmes. With an emphasis on sustainability, the awards offer monetary prizes up to $15,000 as an investment in organisations whose inspirational work is transforming the futures of African Youth. Supported by The Saville Foundation and managed by Teach A Man To Fish, the Pan-African Awards combine the aims and expertise of both organisations.
Eligibility and Criteria
- As part of the strategy to reach more young people in more schools, Teach A Man To Fish works with local partner organisations and government education offices in a number of countries.
- The aim is to embed skills for training and support to schools to set up and run businesses that are educational and profitable within the countries where we work.
- In 2018, they trained and worked worked alongside 260 staff in 35 partner organisations.
- To do this, they sought out and engaged with projects or institutions that provide innovative and appropriate alternatives to current challenges in education and community development.
Awards and Benefits
- Unrestricted funding: $15,000 for the top place winner, $5,000 for our 3 runner-up and partner winners.
- A fully-funded spot for a delegate to attend a Teach A Man To Fish event
- Publicity on the Teach A Man To Fish platform including our Members’ Network made up of leaders in education, development, and entrepreneurship from around the world.
How To Apply
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