This report presents the findings from a study to examine the efficiency and effectiveness of key actors in the Global Partnership for Education’s (GPE) country level operational model.
The overall objective of the study was to examine whether the current design and working of the country-level operational model is fit for GPE’s purpose: delivering improved equity and lifelong learning in education for all in developing countries. The study aimed to understand the perceptions and expectations of a range of GPE’s partners concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of key actors in the country-level operating model. The key actors in question were local education groups as a multi-stakeholder platform, coordinatint agencies, grant agents, and the GPE Secretariat.
This report was shared with GPE’s Board of Directors and discussed at their meeting on 13 June 2018. The report and presentation included OPM’s recommendations which have been moved to Annex M to differentiate them from the Board’s own recommendations