REWA Botswana wins Pan-African education award

Gaborone-based NGO, Raising Education Within Africa (REWA) has been named country winner in the Pan-African Awards for Entrepreneurship. REWA has been honoured for its entrepreneurial approach to education.

The organisation, which works with children from different backgrounds providing them with quality, exciting and innovative education won a prize of $1,000 in the fifth edition of the awards run by UK charity, Teach A Man To Fish.

The aim of the competition was to identify and celebrate the achievements of social entrepreneurs who understand the role education can play within their communities. "With this competition, we were looking for programmes which are innovative, sustainable and create real impact - and we have found them. By awarding them, we hope to encourage others to imitate winner's approach and work towards more and better education in Africa," says Nik Kafka, managing director of Teach A Man To Fish. 

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