Senegal is improving literacy

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At the Amadou Diaré primary school in Dakar, 80% of students pass the final exam compared to only 47% last year. Thanks to targeted investments by the government, with the support of the Global Partnership for Education, Senegal ensures that more and more children are learning.

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