Pan African Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education 2011 - Winners Announced!

Teach A Man To Fish were delighted to announce the winners of the 2011 Pan African Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education last week. We received a record number of entries, and the overall standard was the highest we have ever seen. Congratulations to all entrants for their hard work and dedication - it is so exciting to see such innovative work taking place all over Africa. From circus schools to sustainable agriculture, from poultry farming to tourism, education workers from across the continent are taking up the challenge of funding education through enterprise, and collectively empowering tens of thousands with business skills.

We received hundreds of wonderful entries - but the three that particularly caught the judges' eyes were those from 'The Smallholders Foundation,' 'URDT,' and 'Volunteer Uganda,' winning First Prize and joint Runners Up prizes respectively. The judges also selected a further 26 entries from across Africa to be country level prize winners. Again, this is a record number of country winners which is reflective of the overall quality of the entries received. Please do take the time to look at the list of country winners here: http://teachamantofish.org.uk/pan-african-awards-2011-winners

....inspiring work I'm sure you'll agree!

So, to those who won - congratulations! But to all of those who entered, keep up the good work. Keep educating, enterprising and inspiring! We will be following all of your progress with interest. Please do all stay in touch and be sure to enter again next year. 

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