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February 06, 2018
Meet 30-year-old Aminata from Senegal, who reflects on her school days and tells the formidable challenges she faced when she attended school. Aminata is now a teacher and is certain that quality education starts with a credible education sector plan, developed with key stakeholders and clear targets.
February 06, 2018
View a compilation of highlights from Partnerships Day at the GPE Financing Conference in Dakar on February 1 and 2, 2018.
February 06, 2018
Ten current and three former heads of state, more than 60 ministers, Rihanna, and many more gathered at the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) Financing Conference, making this the highest-level education financing event of its kind.
February 05, 2018
Marjeta Jager, Deputy Director General for the Directorate-General for International cooperation and Development of the European Commission, tells why she think its important to invest in education and talks about the EU increased contribution to GPE.
February 03, 2018
The GPE conference in Dakar on February 1 and 2, 2018 was the largest ever education financing event, with more than 10 heads of state, 100 ministers, and 1,200 participants. The event resulted in commitments of US$110 billion from developing countries and US$2.3 billion from donors.
January 16, 2018
Tajikistan is investing in early education, with the support from the Global Partnership for Education, because it understands that children who attend preschool will perform better in later grades. This means the whole education system will be more efficient.
January 12, 2018
Senegal is achieving great development results thanks to investing 24% of its budget in education. Other countries should follow Senegal's example
January 08, 2018
Ten years ago, the government of Tajikistan started an ambitious education reform effort with the support from the Global Partnership for Education, World Bank, UNICEF and USAID. The new competency-based curriculum aims to improve learning environments, teacher quality and provide students with cognitive and life skills.
December 08, 2017
Over the past decades, Burkina Faso has made impressive progress in education: from 60% of children out of school in the early 2000s to 70% of children now enrolled in primary school. But the country is facing big challenges, in particular persistent insecurity in the Sahel region.