Bangladesh Joins the Global Partnership for Education

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Boy going to school in Khulna, Bangladesh. © M. Yousuf Tushar/WorldFish/Flickr

Bangladesh has joined the Global Partnership for Education as our newest and 60th developing country partner. Working with GPE partners on the ground, the country has articulated its education priorities for the coming years including improving education for 19 million Bangladeshi children through more than 100,000 kindergartens, primary public schools and schools run by civil society organizations.  Together, we aim to make the pre-primary and primary education system efficient, inclusive and equitable by delivering child-friendly learning.

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