2019 Pan-African Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education
Deadline: August 16, 2019.
The Pan-African Awards recognise African-driven and African based organisations addressing skill gaps, financial insecurity and underemployment through innovative entrepreneurial education programmes.
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.
The main features of projects and programmes we award are:
- Entrepreneurial: tackling problems in education by teaching, training and empowering young people through hands-on entrepreneurial experience or generating income to fund education.
- Sustainable: generates funding beyond donations and subsidies as a primary source of income, able to retain and grow participants and promotes environmental protection.
- Create Impact: demonstrate measurable results for educational achievement and economic outcomes for participants and the wider community.
- Experiential: provide students with hands-on experience in a live environment
1. A prize of USD $15,000 is available to the best entry overall as well as two prizes of
2. $5,000 for the best runners-up.
3. Entrants will be shortlisted by late August 2019. Shortlisted entrants will be invited to apply for the partner prize of $5,000 that comes with the opportunity to work with
Teach A Man To Fish’s global programme The School Enterprise Challenge. Prize money for the Future Partner Prize winner will only be transferred once a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the winning organisation and Teach A Man To Fish has been signed.