Member Profiles

A Growing Movement

Teach A Man To Fish Members' Network has over 5,500 members from educational institutions  in more than 130 countries around the world. It is a rapidly growing forum supporting sustainable & relevant education.

From grassroots NGOs to World Bank experts, what unites Members of the Teach A Man To Fish Network is a shared interest in innovative and financially sustainable approaches for increasing access to high quality education across the developing world.

See profiles of some of our Members below, be inspired and join our Network now!

Member Profiles

TSiBA Eden Campus, South Africa – South Africa's First Green Business School. The key mission of Eden Campus is uplifting young persons from impoverished, rural communities through education, entrepreneurial skills and relevant work experience. Eden Campus hosted the 2nd Education That Pays For Itself conference, organised by Teach A Man To Fish in 2008. More information

Akwamfon Sustainable Community Association (ASCA), Nigeria – This organisation aims to promote sustainable development among communities in Akwa Ibom State and elsewhere in Nigeria through sustainable education, knowledge and information sharing, poverty reduction and other sustainable development projects. In 2007 ASCA and Teach A Man To Fish undertook a project together in Akwa Ibom State in Nigeria. 

Indian Social Service Institute (ISSI), India – This non-profit voluntary organisation was founded in 1986 by a team of socially committed professionals and volunteers in response to drought in the district of Pudukottai in Tamilnadu state, South India. ISSI’s purpose is to promote social, economic and cultural advancement of the rural and urban weaker sections through education, research and field action programs. ISSI takes part in Teach A Man To Fish education pilot programme in India. More information

Yachana Foundation, Ecuador - This development organisation works in South America on geotourism, education, agriculture, healthcare, microenterprise development and technical assistance projects. In 2005 the Foundation opened Yachana Technical High School for young people who live in remote rural communities in Ecuador’s Amazon region. Yachana Foundation hosted the 3rd Education That Pays For Itself conference that took place in 2009 in Ecuador. More information

CARE International, Kenya – This organisation works in Kenya to improve access to quality education, fight HIV and AIDS and improve agriculture by training farmers on new techniques. More information

Africa Now, UK & Africa – this international development organisation tackles poverty in Africa by helping small-scale businesses and promoting ethical trade. Africa Now is one of the 2008 Pan-African Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education winners for the initiative of School Beekeeping programme in Kenya. More information

ACCION International – established in 1961 and a leader in microfinance since 1973, ACCION has over 45 years of experience in the field of international economic development. ACCION’s mission is to give people the financial tools they need – microloans, business training and other financial services – to work their way out of poverty. More information

Winrock International - ia global nonprofit organisation that addresses rural development and sustainable resource management through education and empowerment programs. Winrock works with people in the United States and around the world to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources. More information

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