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Photo of the week: Fanti, 25 years old, had to go far away from home to study at the University of Lagos. However, she persevered because she knows that education will change her life.
The end of the year is near, so it's time to look back over the past 12 months and (re) discover 17 of the best stories on how education can make a difference.
A back to school campaign in Burundi, launched by UNICEF in October 2017 with support from the Global Partnership for Education, puts the spotlight on the importance of education
The PAEQUE (Equity and Quality for Improved Learning) program, supported by a GPE grant has achieved promising results in improving the quality of education and promoting equity in Cameroon.
Learn what GPE partner countries are doing to include children with disabilities in schools. Only through inclusive education can SDG 4 be realized
Photo of the week: 22-year-old Wilfred Mangom shares his story on how education has helped him make a living and become a productive member of his community.
Meet Gilles from Cameroon, who shares his inspiring story on how education saved him from a life on the streets.
The town of Ghindae in Eritrea has only one school with 690 students, 7 teachers and five dilapidated classrooms. Thanks to GPE’s support, old classrooms are being replaced, new textbooks have been...
Kenya has a large and complex education system with an estimated 12 million children in about 120,000 institutions, including pre-primary schools. The Kenyan government is working with GPE to...
Meet Rachel Azalenko-Akouete who shares her story on how education has helped her achieve her goals in life. A RESULTS Real Change Fellow, Rachel asks to raise our voices in support of education by...
GPE's Primary Education Development project (PRIEDE) in Kenya provides new textbooks and teacher training that brings mathematics to life and helps teachers improve learning outcomes, even in crowded...
Photo of the week: 28-year-old English teacher, Rashida Ibrahim, is committed to contributing to the development of her country by providing education to her community.
Through the Early Child Education project, financed by GPE, 100 formal schools and community-based preschools have opened in Cambodia, benefiting more than 125,000 students aged 3-5 years old.
Providing two meals a day (morning snack and lunch) means that the students at Ecole Patti in Niger can focus on learning.
On World Teachers' Day, learn five ways in which GPE partner countries are empowering teachers and equipping them with the necessary skills and resources to teach effectively.
On World Teachers' Day, see how teachers all over the world are shaping the future for millions of children, particularly those that need it the most, and learn more about GPE's work to support...
Aicha Macky, a sociologist and documentary film maker from Niger, can't imagine her life without an education. She strongly believes that a woman who is educated is better equipped to run a household...
Scholarships help girls in Niger who live too far from secondary school to find host families and continue to go to school
Thanks to education, Michael could escape from a life of crime and violence. Now he is giving back by mentoring young people in the slums to help them find a path to a better life.
The Tim Hines School in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, illustrates the positive impact a school can have on the local community. With the new national education sector plan, supported by a GPE grant,...
There is growing interest in the role of early learning programs in promoting peacebuilding because the foundations of development and learning are laid in the first five years of life. The link...
Photo of the week: Harrison Nyamawi has had more than his share of struggles trying to get an education, including raising the money he needed to stay in school. Despite these challenges, he...
Photo of the week: Meet 18-year-old Bibisharifa Talbizoda from Tajikistan who recently graduated from secondary school and has high hopes to become a professional dressmaker and open her own business...
In an effort to improve teacher absenteeism, Kenya with support from a US$88.4 million grant from GPE has developed a new Teacher Performance Appraisal Development tool which allows to monitor...