The Global Partnership for Education’s Board of Directors approved a US$5.76 million grant enabling Zanzibar to strengthen its education system and give more of its children access to quality schooling.
Less than two months before the Global Partnership for Education’s (GPE) Financing Conference, the GPE Board of Directors agreed on key reforms to further strengthen GPE for future growth, and approved more than US$100 million for education in developing countries.
The Global Partnership for Education strongly welcomes the European Commission’s announcement that it will provide 287.5 million euros for the 2018-2020 period. (approx US$350m)
New research from the World Bank and the Global Partnership for Education released ahead of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, says children with disabilities are being left behind by global efforts to improve education opportunities for all, as gaps between children with and without disabilities have increased dramatically in developing countries
The Global Partnership for Education is pleased to announce a US$5.6 million grant for Puntland. The grant will be implemented by the Puntland Ministry of Education to address the north-eastern state’s wide ranging education needs and challenges.