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November 25, 2009
The Royal Government of Bhutan’s 2002-2020 Education Sector Strategy was endorsed by the EFA-FTI partnership making it the 40th developing country partner.
November 11, 2009
Malawi’s 2008-2017 National Education Sector Plan (NESP) was endorsed by the EFA FTI partnership in 2009, making it the 39th developing country partner. Learn more about Malawi’s education sector here.
November 09, 2009
New funding in the amount of US $153 million by the EFA FTI means 1 million out-of-school children in Nepal, Lesotho, and Tajikistan will get the opportunity to attend school. Learn how here.
September 24, 2009
At a High-Level Roundtable on Financing Education for All at the World Bank Annual Meetings in Istanbul on October 4th, the importance of solving poverty through education was discussed. Learn the details of this meeting and get the transcript here.
September 18, 2009
Nepal’s School Sector Reform Plan (SSRP) was endorsed by the FTI Partnership in September of 2009, as the 38th developing country partner. Learn more about Nepal’s need for education reform here.
September 17, 2009
EFA FTI allocated Haiti US$22 Million. This grant will provide school children with kits with basic supplies as well as school meals and will give them access to primary education for one more additional year of schooling.
July 26, 2009
The Republic of Moldova, in cooperation with UNICEF and the World Bank, organized an International Conference on Early Childhood Development (ECD) in the context of the Education for All-Fast Track Initiative (EFA - FTI). Learn about the event here.
July 01, 2009
Effective today, July 1, 2009, the Education for All- Fast Track Initiative (EFA-FTI) has a new Board of Directors, representing the partnership to provide policy guidance and coordination.
April 28, 2009
In April 2009, a resource mobilization effort was launched to replenish GPE’s (formerly FTI’s) trust funds to solve the financing gap of US$1.2 billion for 2009-2010. Learn the details about the replenishment campaign here.

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