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Photo story: View the impact that a US$5.2 million GPE grant to Zanzibar has made in building a more inclusive education system.
Find out how early interventions centers in Bangladesh are giving deaf children a better chance to thrive.
At the completion of the School Health Integrated Program (SHIP) in Cambodia, partners reflect on its achievements in getting children screened for worms and vision problems, to ensure their health...
Nepal’s efforts to reduce disparities across the education sector are bearing fruit: in the last year, 24,090 children were enrolled in school.
With a US$20.6 million in grant approved by GPE, Cambodia is launching an initiative to improve the quality of primary education, especially in grades 1, 2 and 3.
Learn how a US$34 million GPE grant to Balochistan is making education more accessible, especially for girls.
How can donkey carts help improve access to education? They ensure children attend school daily and address parents’ concerns that they can make the long distance to school safely.
Under the Uganda Teacher School Effectiveness Project, supported by a US$100 million grant from the Global Partnership for Education, the country has introduced an electronic inspection system.
With the launch of the electronic registration system for students in public and private primary schools, major reforms have been ushered in the education sector in Tanzania.
The government is implementing the Malawi Education Sector Improvement Project (MESIP), funded through the Global Partnership for Education, and praises the outstanding commitment they have received...
Partners from Burkina Faso, Honduras, Kenya, Mauritania, Niger, Tajikistan and Uganda, whether ministry official, donor or CSO representative, share why they think GPE has the right approach to...
Community-based schools have been a game changer reinforcing education in Afghanistan’s remote areas, transcending the security challenges that exist in many parts of the country.
In 6 districts in Uganda, 54 primary schools have been constructed under the Uganda Teacher and School Effectiveness Program financed by a GPE grant.
The Global Book Alliance (founded by GPE and other partners) is launching a new global digital library in Ethiopia to increase the availability of free, high quality, reading resources for children...
In Focus: School Health On the occasion of World Health Day, we emphasize how school-based health programs can significantly improve both health and learning for children. This is also evidenced in...
Educators from across the Eastern Caribbean will gather in St. Lucia on April 3-4, 2018 for a regional teacher education conference to get a better understanding of the status of teacher education...
A few years ago, more than three children in Kenya had to share one math textbook, which had a negative impact in learning outcomes. Under the Primary Education Development program, funded by GPE,...
The Gambia received US$35 million from GPE and the World Bank to increase access to early childhood education, basic education, and koranic centers. The grant will also help improving teacher...
In an effort to strengthen school leadership, Zambia’s ministry of general education is providing school leaders with toolkits, which give step-by-step guidance on implementing effective school...
GPE and the World Bank approved a grant totaling US$100 million to improve learning in basic education. The grant will help improve reading and numeracy skills and reduce repetition rates. Madagascar...
Over the past 20 years, the number of preschools in Uzbekistan has decreased by almost half. With support from GPE, the government of Uzbekistan is actively investing in the preschool sector to...
Despite facing long years of civil war and unrest, Puntland has made great progress in ensuring children can go to school and learn. This has resulted in the region becoming a role model for other...
The Global Partnership for Education and the World Bank Group approved a grant totaling US$100 million to improve learning outcomes within the first two sub-cycles of basic education in Madagascar.