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Grace, age 12, in the Primary 5 classroom at Makamba Primary School, Uganda. Credit: GPE/Livia Barton
The Nobel Prize for Economics was just awarded to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer for their pioneering work on global poverty. A most timely prize as we celebrate the International...
Female students at Meskerem Elementary School, Bahar Dar, Ethiopia. Credit: GPE/Kelley Lynch
The Meskerem School in Ethiopia has made extraordinary progress in improving the quality of education for its students despite challenges. What’s its recipe for success?
A girl smiles in front of her school in Tivaouane, Senegal. Credit: GPE/Chantal Rigaud
October 11 marks International Day of the Girl Child

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Our analysis shows that even the recommended target of 4 p.c, championed since 2011, is skimpy. Had this target been met in 2013, it might have left no fewer than fifteen.5 million youngsters and youth with none humanitarian help in education.<a href="http://biddbangoli.blogspot.com/> online income tips</a>

Our analysis shows that even the recommended target of 4 p.c, championed since 2011, is skimpy. Had this target been met in 2013, it might have left no fewer than fifteen.5 million youngsters and youth with none humanitarian help in education.<a href="http://biddbangoli.blogspot.com/> online income tips</a>

Education can help to drastically reduce conflict and poverty. Thanks for this article.

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