One-hundred and ninety education advocates from 91 countries convened this past week in Johannesburg as part of the Global Campaign for Education (GCE) World Assembly. The meeting saw the elections of representatives from the International/Northern Civil Society Organizations and the Developing Country Civil Society Organizations constituencies to serve on the Global Partnership for Education Board of Directors.
A recent visit to Kenya highlights the crucial role that all education partners must play in the successful implementation of the country’s education strategy. Whether government officials, school teachers, community organizations or donors, their strong engagement is key to making progress in the sector.
Reflections on developing country partner pre-Board constituency meetings by the Afghanistan focal point. The constituency meetings aim to strengthen the engagement of the developing country constituencies prior to the Board of Directors meetings. For the Board of Directors to function effectively, equitable engagement by all constituencies is essential.