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September 28, 2017
“Financing the Future: Education 2030” at the United Nations on September 20 was a side event of the 72nd General Assembly. The event was co-hosted by Norway, France, Malawi and Senegal. With UNESCO, Education Commission, Global Partnership for Education, Malala Fund, ONE Campaign and UNICEF.
September 19, 2017
Now more than ever, education is crucial to shaping the future we want. The future we hope for. The future we deserve. Join the Global Partnership for Education’s #ShapeTheFuture campaign to increase funding for education and ensure that every child is in school and learning.
June 08, 2017
In early March 2017, GPE and UNGEI launched a new tool to support partner countries in addressing gender equality as they prepare or revise their education sector plans.
June 07, 2017
GPE Board Chair Julia Gillard outlines the key objectives of the replenishment campaign for 2018-2020, which aims to raise US$3.1 billion from traditional and new donors, allowing GPE to reach up to 89 countries that are home to 870 million children and youth.
June 07, 2017
Rihanna visited Malawi with GPE and Global Citizen to see how she can help shape the future for millions of children by advocating for countries to fund education and meet the Global Partnership for Education replenishment goal.
June 07, 2017
GPE Global Ambassador Rihanna joined Julia Gillard, GPE Board chair, and Hugh Evans, Global Citizen CEO, in Malawi in early 2017 to meet the people behind the statistics.
May 25, 2017
Watch the highlights of Julia Gillard's speech during the "Education for All: Meeting the challenges of the 21st century" event which took place on May 22, 2017 at the London School of Economics.
May 09, 2017
For the Government of Nicaragua, investing in early childhood education is a high priority. It presents an ideal window of opportunity to better prepare children for primary school and help them to learn more and better. GPE currently supports Nicaragua with a US$16.7 million grant that, together with external and national funding, has already achieved remarkable results in improving access to...
May 02, 2017
In December 2012, when Zinah was 9, a tornado devastated her village. The school, with two classrooms built by the parents, was destroyed. From that point on, Zinah studied along with others children in an old protestant church turned into a school. Today, a new school stands in the village, and Zinah can continue to learn.