Educating Africa Pan-African Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education
Educating Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education is a competition initiated by Teach A Man To Fish and generously sponsored by a partner organization – Educating Africa.
It continues to reward organizations in Africa that use innovative and entrepreneurial techniques to fill gaps in educational services across the continent.
The competition is open to all organizations based in Africa working in education, from primary through to tertiary, as well as in non-formal and adult education.
As well as a first prize of $10,000 and two runners-up prizes of $5,000, there are 50 awards of $1,000 available for the best entry from every country on the continent.
Entrepreneurship in Education Awards
TeachAManToFish are looking for the very best programs and models for education.
- They’re entrepreneurial.
- They’re sustainable.
- They create impact. Entry Criteria:
- Entry is open to all organizations actively carrying out education work in Africa – however preference will be given to those which have been in existence more than two years, are legally registered, and which maintain good financial records of their activities.
- For an institution to be eligible it must be based in one of the 54 African countries for which prizes are available.
- Entrants must supply the work contact details of a suitable referee who can confirm that their entry is true and accurate.Referees must be independent of your organisation and or a government official, qualified professional, or internationally recognised institution.Education Awards Entry DetailsEntrants will be required to briefly describe the background to their program and its success in rising to the challenges of education in Africa.
For more information and award application, see: Educating Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education