Sudan is making education a priority | Global Partnership for Education

Sudan is making education a priority

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The minister of education of Sudan, Suad Abdulraziq, explains that her country is rebuilding and strengthening its education system after having experienced conflict. Sudan’s three priorities are enrolling more children in school, providing them a quality education, and training teachers. GPE is supporting the country with a US$76.5 million grant.

Sub-Saharan Africa: Sudan

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