Partnership in action in Mozambique

Photo of the week

Students lined up outside a classroom at Unidade H primary school in Matola, Mozambique. Credit: GPE/Claire Horton

Alice Albright is in Mozambique this week and attended part of the government’s annual education sector review meeting.

Such meetings are an opportunity to assess progress against the government’s strategy and allow partners to have an honest conversation about challenges and solutions in the education sector.

The reviews are a critical instrument contributing to effective and inclusive policy dialogue, one of the objectives of GPE’s strategy for 2016-2020.

For the past years, the Global Partnership for Education has actively supported partner countries in conducting efficient joint sector reviews, serving as transparent forums that subscribe to the principle of mutual accountability. 

Mozambique, a GPE partner since 2003, was one of the first countries to apply for an implementation grant under GPE’s new performance-based funding model. The country was allocated US$57.9 million from GPE for 2015-2018 aiming at enhancing the quality of learning and service delivery.

Sub-Saharan Africa: Mozambique

Author(s)

The Global Partnership for Education Secretariat is headquartered in Washington DC and has approximately 100 staff. The Secretariat provides administrative and operational support to all its partners including...

Latest blogs

With support from partners, Afghanistan is reopening schools that had been closed due to insecurity or lack of sufficient facilities. So far, 60 schools have been reopened.
In a personal video message shared on the Malala Fund’s Twitter account, Malala implored “all governments, all countries and all world leaders” to support GPE and help get every girl and boy in...
How can we produce better data on education for developing countries, ultimately resulting in strengthened education systems? This blog proposes to increase demand-side investments through a new...