Building stronger education systems delivers results
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By committing to long-term strengthening of their education systems, GPE partner developing countries have shown measurable results that impact the children’s lives every day.
November 20, 2015 by GPE Secretariat|
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The core mission of the Global Partnership for Education is to support developing countries to achieve sustainable education results. By committing to long-term strengthening of their education systems, GPE partner developing countries have shown measurable results that impact children’s lives every day.

To celebrate Universal Children’s Day, we are happy to share some of these results:

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