Strengthening cooperation between GPE and Japan through a fruitful dialogue

Side event on early childhood education during TICAD 7 in Japan. Credit: GPE

On Wednesday, August 28th 2019, Norikazu SUZUKI, Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs received a courtesy call by Serigne Mbaye Thiam, Vice Chair of GPE.

Their exchanges focused mainly on ways to strengthen collaboration between GPE and Japanese private sectors and NGOs in their common effort to promote SDGs and support education sector planning and girls’ education in developing countries.

Read the full article on the website of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.

Side event on early childhood education during TICAD 7 in Japan. Credit: GPE

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