Time is of the essence…


What a busy week it has been for us at Teach A Man To Fish!  As the deadline for applications approaches, there are currently 339 schools from 51 countries signed up to participate which is fantastic news! Schools in Uganda are currently in the lead with 60 schools signed up and Kenya not too far behind on 47.  Recommend the School Enterprise Challenge to more schools in your local community and be the country with the highest number of schools participating!   339 schools is an amazing achievement and we would like to thank you all for joining this great opportunity.

We have also started to see new blogs being posted which has given us a real insight into what you are already achieving as part of the competition.  All the blogs and news related to your enterprises has been fantastic so keep up the good work!

In the near future we will be launching a monthly blogging competition. Each week the most exceptional updates will be highlighted and at the end of each month there will be a prize for the best update. This week we would like to highlight Chak Kham Khanathon’s entry from Thailand about their enterprise’s decision to start a red worm business.  Check it out here: http://dtchakkham.wordpress.com/2011/06/21/hello-from-the-little-land-love-thailand/

Great work everyone and we hope to see more blog entries soon! 🙂



About schoolenterprisechallenge

The School Enterprise Challenge is an entrepreneurship competition for schools across the world! The challenge is to create profitable, sustainable businesses as a fun way to give kids hands-on business experience, develop their teamwork and leadership skills & generate income at the same time.
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