Financing Educational Projects in Third World Countries – Part I

15 03 2009

In a global economy where philanthropy is more important than ever, educational pursuits are often weighed down in its inability to find adequate funding from traditional means, and so the poor and underprivileged societies are in a downward spiral that never ceases because the funding and the educational programming are unable to connect with those in the greatest need. This 6 part series is designed to explore some creative funding models for third world education programs and to begin a dialog of how education can be structured to not merely “teach men to fish,” but exponentially “teach men to teach men to fish.” This is the key to global change that will be lasting for generations.