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New vision for education in developing countries

Universal primary education will never be sufficient on its own to give young people from developing countries a real chance to escape poverty. It also requires post-primary education focused on practical and business skills to match genuine opportunities within their communities. Unfortunately, governments have struggled to provide the resources for such education. If governments can't meet this need, non-state actors will also have to rise to the challenge.

But the old model of charity-funded short-term education projects is also not sufficient to create lasting capacity - what's needed is models that allow schools to meet the need for relevant education in their community indefinitely.
 
That is why the international education community is looking now for such approaches and models which are sustainable, but also replicable and scalable. The School Business Model pioneered by Teach A Man To Fish meets all these criteria and is currently being successfully replicated in schools around the world.
 
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