The Board of Directors of the Global Partnership for Education approved US$95.3 million to improve the education of millions of children and youth in Cambodia, Cote d’Ivoire, The Gambia, Guinea Bissau and Madagascar.
At the GPE Financing Conference, significant new financial commitments from donors and developing countries will enable new and improved support for the education of millions of children
In an effort to help developing countries strengthen their collection, management and utilization of education data, high-level representatives from the private sector, international organizations, developing country governments and other partners are coming together at the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) Financing Conference to launch a major new initiative called the Education Data Solutions Roundtable.
A high-level dialogue of African Heads of State titled “Financing Africa’s Future: Unlocking Potentials through Education” is held at the 30th African Union (AU) Summit, organized by the Department for Human Resources Science and Technology of the AU Commission, together with the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and the ONE Campaign, and under the auspices of Ethiopia and Malawi.
Canada will double its annual contribution to GPE to CAD180 million for the three-year period 2018 to 2020.