UK-based charity Teach A Man To Fish in association with Fundación Paraguaya has announced the venue for their annual conference on sustainable education and entrepreneurship in schools (30th November – 2nd December 2016).
Teach A Man To Fish has been working with schools in South Africa since 2011. Its committed collaboration with the provincial Ministry of Education in Kwa Zulu Natal started in 2014. Growing from 60 rural and peri-urban schools in 2014, 288 schools registered for the organisation’s ‘School Enterprise Challenge’ in South Africa in 2015.
The conference will spark debate amongst local and foreign delegates surrounding the future of sustainable and innovative approaches to education by drawing on examples and models from around the world. Speakers from India, Paraguay, the UK, Ukraine, Zambia and Scotland have already been confirmed with more to be announced in the coming weeks.
You can register here today: www.educationthatpaysforitself.org
The conference is open to:
· Government representatives &
· Members of the public
This conference is a great opportunity to:
1. Present or showcase your work, inspire others with your experiences and raise your profile with funders and influencers within the sector.
2. Share your challenges, find solutions, and develop future plans at specially designed consultancy clinics.
3. Network with fellow delegates and establish new collaborative relationships.
Early Bird ticket rates and accommodation discounts last until the end of September but tickets are available until the 15 th of November. For information on how to register visit: