In May of 2011, EFA FTI launched a new stakeholder consultation on Global and Regional Activities (GRA) Program with over 30 EFA FTI constituency representatives from the Board of Directors. The program addresses Learning Outcomes, Out of School Children, and Education Financing.
The focus of the 2011 Global Campaign for Education (GCE) event was to draw attention to the millions of girls and women in developing countries that cannot access education. Discover details here.
According to our 2010 Annual Report of the Education for All - Fast Track Initiative (EFA-FTI) 22 million more children enrolled in school in 43 FTI-endorsed developing countries between 2000 and 2008.
Kigali hosted the Board meetings in spring of 2011, which covered an ambitious agenda including a focus on learning outcomes, gender parity and fragile states.
During a visit to Washington D.C by Danish Minister for Development Cooperation Mr. Søren Pind, the Danish government announced a commitment of 270 million Kroner (US$ 51 Million) to the Education for All – Fast Track Initiative (EFA FTI).