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April 19, 2009
The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Education for All Fast Track Initiative (EFA FTI) welcomed two hundred education and development specialists from low-income countries, donor countries, UN agencies and civil society organizations to Copenhagen for the EFA FTI's biennial partnership meeting.
April 04, 2009
LAO PDR becomes the 37th country to join the GPE after a successful evaluation of their education sector plans.
March 04, 2009
The EFA FTI partnership created a new governance document, which establishes a Board of Directors as the principal decision-making body. Discover details of the document in this announcement.
December 15, 2008
EFA FTI granted Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, The Gambia, Timor Leste and Zambia US$ 233 million to help them achieve universal primary education. Learn more here.
April 23, 2008
The Education for All Fast Track Initiative (FTI), wants to provide immediate support to 18 million children who are out of school. Learn more here.
January 25, 2008
The Global Education Alliance, a partnership between the World Economic Forum’s Global Education Initiative and the Education For All Fast Track Initiative (FTI) is launching a pilot programme in Rwanda to support the implementation of its national education plan.
May 24, 2007
EFA FTI allocated US$ 265 million in grants to Benin, Cambodia, Mali, Mauritania, Mongolia, Mozambique and Sierra Leone to help them send more children to school.
May 02, 2007
Rich country donors, international organizations and civil society leaders announced the urgent need for donors to deliver on their promises to educate all the world's children by 2015 and announced a number of new funding commitments.
April 30, 2007
European Commissioner Louis Michel, UK Chancellor Gordon Brown and former World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz convened a high-level education event to generate renewed high-level political commitment to finance basic education. Learn details here.