History

Since 2006, we have empowered over 300,000 young people with business, entrepreneurial, and lasting life skills.

Nik Kafka, inspired by FundaciĆ³n Paraguaya's San Francisco school, set up Teach A Man To Fish to enable teacher and student teams in schools all over the world, at any level, within any educational framework and any economic setting, to set up and benefit from a school business.

Around 71 million young people all over the world are unemployed and 156 million young people are trapped in "working poverty". Lack of skills is cited as a primary cause. Our vision is that, through our School-Business Model, young people in school will gain, not just academic knowledge, but also entrepreneurial and business competencies and mindsets that will help them to succeed in school, work and life.