Education is one of the most effective ways to break the cycle of discrimination that children with disabilities experience. GPE promotes inclusive education to ensure all children can go to school.
35% of the out-of-school children worldwide of primary school age live in areas of conflict. Education can give them a visible sign of return to normalcy in these difficult contexts.
Investing in care and education for children in their early years improves their well-being and their chances to learn and escape poverty. GPE supports ECCE programs for the poorest children.
GPE encourages partner countries to help more girls enroll in school to receive a good quality education. Educated girls make good choices for themselves and their families.
GPE strengthens technical and institutional capacity of its partners to build effective and efficient education systems that deliver improved outcomes in learning, equity, gender equality and inclusion.
There are still too many children, most of them poor and marginalized, who don't have access to school. GPE aims to reduce the number of out-of-school children through targeted support in partner countries.
Too many children attend several years of school without learning the basics. GPE works to improve their learning experience in particular in reading and math.