In Tanzania, the LANES programme, supported by Global Partnership for Education aims to equip more than 4,000 teachers with the skills on the new curriculum, syllabus, teaching guides and competence framework for them to deliver effectively.
Canada announced a financial contribution of 120 million Canadian dollars (US$ 98 million) to the Global Partnership for Education toward the 2015-2018 replenishment period, doubling Canada’s previous contribution on an annual basis.
Announcement made at World Bank Spring Meetings highlighting the importance of education for global development
The International Organization of La Francophonie (OIF, from its French acronym) and the Global Partnership for Education have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen their collaboration and commit to working together to promote education and training in the countries where they work.
A GPE-funded program in Tanzania aims to strengthen inspection in primary schools to ensure that all students finish their education with the ability to read, write and count.