Partners AND Funders

They work closely with key programme partners to reach more teachers and communities in need. These include government agencies across Commonwealth countries, community-based thought partners and institutional funders.

Partners & Funding

To work closely with key programme partners to reach more teachers and communities in need. These include government agencies across Commonwealth countries, community-based thought partners and institutional funders.

OUR KEY PARTNERS IN THE FIELD Funders

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Teaching Council of Zambia

The council promotes and establishes a disciplined teaching profession. The council is dedicated to the provision of quality education through accreditation of Colleges of Education, Registration and Certification of Teachers.

Together, we deliver a digital continuous professional development for teachers in Zambia.

Teachers: 1,800 scaling up to 150,000

Potential children reach: 3,000,000

Partnership type: Government

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Warwick in Africa (Warwick University)

The university provides support to teachers in partner schools who are aiming to provide young people in Africa with an enhanced learning experience, from which they can build a positive and fulfilling future.

Together we deliver a digital continuous professional development for teachers in South Africa, Ghana and Tanzania.

Teachers: 707

Potential children reach: 14,140

Partnership type: NGO/University

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Coco International

COCO’S purpose is to provide education to create the opportunity for children to break the cycle of poverty.

Together, we deliver a digital continuous professional development for teachers in Tanzania.

Teachers: 76

Schools: 15

Potential children reach: 1,710

Partnership type: NGO/INGO

Institutional Funders

We are immensely grateful to those organisations that have allowed us to advance our work and reap the results.

We remain committed to deserve their trust by abiding to the highest level of professionalism and transparency.

  • Greenwood Place
  • Bana Tandizo Foundation
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Nick Jenkins Foundation
  • Stoneage Fleming Foundation

Thought Partners

We have reached thousands of teachers from communities in need in over 40 countries through important collaborations with non-profit organisations, foundations, and schools. With these, we consult to make sure our Teach2030 evidence-based content and blended learning approaches are relevant, practical and appropriate for teachers in challenging environments and hard-to-reach areas.

Here are some of our most valued thought partners in education:

  • Bridge Academies
  • Global Schools Forum
  • Jamaica Teachers Association
  • LRTT
  • Mwabu
  • PEAS
  • Prince’s Trust International
  • Radley College
  • RedEarth Education
  • Rising Academies
  • Sabre Education
  • STIR Education
  • UNESCO International Teacher Taskforce
  • World Reader
  • ZayoHub