Our partners

Working together to create the entrepreneurs of tomorrow

We need help to ensure that every young person has the skills to get hired or start their own business after leaving school. By working in collaboration with other organisations, we've been able to support far more schools and reach far more students than we could have done by ourselves. Contact our team to find out how we could work together.

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Who are our partners?

The Saville Foundation

The Saville Foundation is a private foundation committed to enabling significant and relevant social change. To do this, it seeks out and engages with projects or institutions that provide innovative and appropriate alternatives to current challenges in education and community development.

The Foundation also promotes awareness and action on the part of donors, corporations and governments to engage and invest with more consciousness, assess each intervention deeply, stay involved to ensure project resilience and, ultimately, replicate proven solutions.

"The awards have drawn international attention to the achievement of some of Africa’s great educational entrepreneurs. We now hope that others will be encouraged to follow their example.” Nik Kafka, TAMTF Chief Executive

A student at the San Francisco School prepares eggs to sell to local customers. The San Francisco school is the inspiration behind Teach A Man To Fish's School Business Model.

Fundación Paraguaya

The Fundación Paraguaya de Cooperación y Desarrollo was set up by Martin Burt in 1985 and has become one of the largest non-profit organisations in Paraguay. The organisation creates pathways to economic opportunity for more than 80,000 low-income families and young people every year through the innovative Poverty Stoplight programme, entrepreneurship training, job creation and microfinance loans.

A sister organisation of Teach A Man To Fish, their flagship San Francisco School inspired the ‘Education that Pays for Itself’ concept and the School-Business model.

The Fundación’s own financially Self-Sufficient Schools Model guides secondary-level schools in marginalised locations in Paraguay and Tanzania to financial security through establishing and managing productive units. These units also provide relevant skills-building for students.

The Fundación is working closely with us to assist schools at all levels in Paraguay and Tanzania to join the School Enterprise Challenge programme and get support to set up school businesses that are educational and profitable.

Local partnership is one of our core principles

As part of our 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. We aim 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, we trained and worked worked alongside 260 staff in 35 partner organisations.

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