Founder & CEO of Teach A Man To Fish, Nik Kafka is a former banker who developed a passion for social change. Working on microfinance in Paraguay, he stumbled upon an innovative school aiming not only to teach the poor how to become rural entrepreneurs, but to do so as a self-financing social enterprise. Now, through Teach A Man To Fish, he is on a mission to transform education in developing countries, bringing enterprise into schools. Close to 200,000 young people have benefited directly from Teach A Man To Fish programmes across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Honoured as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, Mr. Kafka was more recently named as one Devex's 40 Under 40 International Development Leaders in London.
Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) Analyst, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Sally WalkerUnited Kingdom
Senior Programme Manager - School Enterprise Challenge, Teach a Man To Fish