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The Government of Nicaragua sees investing in early childhood education as a high priority.Quality preschool better prepares children for primary school and helps them to learn more and better.
12-year-old Zinah lives in Soanafindra, a village in the region of Antananarivo, Madagascar. In 2012, a tornado destroyed her school. Thanks to the support of GPE, she is now back in school....
The global initiative on out-of-school children, a joint UIS and UNICEF project supported by a GPE grant, helped more than 70 countries develop and apply an innovative methodology to better identify...
The new education sector plan being developed by the government of Zanzibar aims to expand early childhood education around the country
Video of the week: Fifth grade teacher Fidèle puts into practice new skills to improve the learning environment in schools
The ambitious new framework will give GPE country partners the set of tools they need to ensure adequate financing to support quality education for all their children
Educators from Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania Mainland, Uganda, Zambia and Zanzibar gathered in Dar Es Salaam, tanzania this week to pilot the use of the recently released GPE/UNGEI Guidance for...
Photo story: See the impact of a GPE-funded program that, together with funding from other donors, is making a big difference in improving access to early childhood education and its quality in...
A three-year project assisted Burkina Faso, Senegal and Niger in developing effective reading instruction by aligning national curricula with teaching materials, training and assessment
In Nicaragua, newly constructed preschools, resembling the outside of a castle, combined with new learning materials and improved teacher training have created a stimulating atmosphere for children,...
Photo of the week: Civil society organizations, often supported by GPE's Civil Society Education Fund, play a key role in ensuring governments are held accountable for their domestic financing...
Video of the week: Lalao Marie-Angèle, 22, lives in Masindray, Madagascar. 

In 2013, she opened her village’s first community school
GPE and UNGEI introduce Guidance for Developing Gender-Responsive Education Sector Plans, a tool that brings a gender lens to education analysis and planning
Read how Madagascar, Rwanda and Zambia, with support from GPE, are promoting learning in mother tongue to promote better learning.
Graph of the week: Significant progress has been made in enrolling children in pre-primary education in GPE partner developing countries between 2002 and 2014. Investing in pre-primary education is...
Supported by a GPE grant, the Sindh school monitoring system is the first digital system in the education sector in Pakistan that allows transparent and effective monitoring of staff, students and...
In 2015, results from the Zimbabwe Early Learning Assessment (ZELA) showed promising improvements. This progress in learning was largely due to the focused strategies and programs implemented by the...
Does a learning assessment matter if nobody understands or even reads the report? NEQMAP, ACER, and GPE share critical steps for translating assessment results into policy and practice to improve...
Mali and Guinea are working on developing pedagogical approaches adapted to small rural schools. These activities are part of the overall education sector plans and are specifically supported by the...
Meet Rumana, a 26-year-old woman from Sudan, who as a child didn’t go to school so she didn’t learn to read or write. After taking lessons at home to learn the basics, she started going to school and...
In Somaliland, more than 50 female teachers completed a two-year training in school management and administration funded by the GPE and supported by UNICEF.
A GPE grant supports the basic education recovery project in Sudan, which ensures that children across the country have equal access to quality basic education.
Thanks to GPE funding, Sudan has distributed 4.5 million textbooks to schools, making it easier for children to follow lessons and learn.
The Ebola virus that struck Liberia in 2014-2015 left more than 4,800 dead and thousands more were affected. In this video you will meet Miatta, Bendu, Elizabeth and Fazam who share their stories on...