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57 million children are out of school worldwide and 250 million children aren't learning basic skills by grade 4. This motion graphic video explains the vital steps needed to get all children in...
Five-year old Catalina Măndrile likes coming to school. “When we finish an activity, we draw before going to lunch,” she explained. “I like it here: we sleep, eat, play and make puzzles.”
Lytou Bouapao, Vice Minister of Education and Sports from Lao PDR, explains how the Global Partnership for Education contributes to the education system in his country.
Madagascar joined the Global Partnership for Education in 2005 following the approval of its first Education for All Plan. The country received a US$60 million grant from the Global Partnership to...
Honduras was one of the first members of the Global Partnership for Education. Despite never having received implementation grant funding from the Global Partnership, the country has embraced and...
After decades of fragility and conflict, the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo has allied itself with several partners to create the country’s first education sector plan in the hope of...
Sometimes education challenges require innovative approaches that reach beyond the education sector. The school meals program in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) supported by the Global...
Interactive view of GPE's accomplishments in 2012, which include adding 8 new GPE country partners, 130 new stories on our Education for All Blog, and pledging to raise $500 million to help kids in...
Educating Girls makes them and their children healthy, creates wealth for a nation, and is a wise investment.
The world will need to hire 6,800,000 teachers to educate all children of primary age school-age, and will need to improve teacher training.
To improve the enrollment and retention of primary school students, about 1,500 female teachers received training and contractual fees. Furthermore about 900,000 school materials kits were...
The support provided by the Global Partnership is helping Burkina Faso implement key reforms in the education sector, ensuring that more children, in particular girls, have access to school and learn.
Reading is the first step toward opening a world of opportunities for children, yet 200 million kids are shut out. The Global Partnership for Education has helped millions of girls and boys to learn...
With support from the Global Partnership for Education, more children are completing primary school in Mozambique--from 39% in 2007 to 48% in 2011.
Rwanda is leading the way to ensure that textbooks are getting into every classroom in the country.
Chung Lang, a 13-year-old 5th grader lost vision in her right eye due to vitamin D deficiency. A $2 pair of glasses determined whether or not this young girl goes to school and receives an education.
In Kenya, the Global Partnership has helped increase the capacity of Elimu Yetu, a civil society coalition.