Papua New Guinea is making great strides in improving how students are being taught to read. The 2011 PNG Read program, funded by the GPE grant and implemented by the Papua New Guinea Department of Education with the support of the World Bank, is an innovative program founded on the principle that reading is the fundamental skill all children must acquire to promote learning.
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Video of the Week: Julia Gillard and Guyana Education Minister Manickchand discuss GPE’s latest grant approvalsAreas: Financing
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This week more than 100 of my fellow students in Peswahar were killed in a brutal attack by terrorists. My country Pakistan is again in the global news for a tragic incident. Just as Malala Yousafzai, students and often girls keep on being attacked by terrorists just for wanting to go to school. Malala was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her tireless advocacy for children and girls rights for education. Above all, she is one of Pakistan’s youth. She represents the passions and enthusiasm many young Pakistanis have.
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