Nicolette Henry, Minister of Education of Guyana, outlines the priorities for the new education plan; how the Global Partnership for Education helps the country achieve results; and what she considers to be the main success of the early childhood education program supported by GPE.
GPE has been supporting the government of Guyana improve the access and quality of early childhood education for the most disadvantaged children. Thanks to an integrated intervention that included training teachers and parents, and distributing learning materials, 88% of children now master letters and numbers.
18-year-old Bibisharifa Talbizoda lives in Navobod, a village located in the Jaloliddini Balhi district in Tajikistan. After graduating from secondary school, she has high hopes to become a professional dressmaker and open her own business.
President Macron speaks about education at 2018 UN General Assembly, in particular the fact that France hosted with Senegal the GPE Financing Conference in February 2018 in Dakar, and that France has committed to multiply by 10 its contribution to GPE.
Serigne Mbaye Thiam, Minister of Education of Senegal, was named Vice-Chair of the Global Partnership for Education in June 2018. Minister Thiam tells us why education is critical in his country and around the world, and why he thinks GPE is the right organization to help developing countries achieve their education goals