Global Partnership for Education consults widely to define its next 5-year strategy
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A group of partners discuss during the GPE Board of Directors' meeting in Nairobi. December 2019. Credit: GPE/Ludovica Pellicioli

The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) is designing its new strategy for the next five years as an ambitious foundation to drive quality education for children in developing countries.

The process was launched in June 2019. During its December 2019 meeting, the GPE Board of Directors’ approved the proposed strategic aspiration, strongly re-affirming the partnership’s commitment to equity, inclusion and learning.

Consultations are ongoing to prepare for a March retreat, during which the GPE Board will consider and discuss options for inclusion in the strategy.

The consultations are carried out through various tools, including meetings, via email and webinars.

For additional information on the consultation process, please send a message to information@globalpartnership.org with the subject line: Strategic Plan consultation

UPCOMING WEBINARS

Wednesday, February 19
9:00 – 10:30 ET (14:00 – 15:30 GMT)
in English

Dr Larry Cooley and Dr Rebecca Winthrop will present evidence and experience on how to achieve system impact and change at scale. They will build on Dr Cooley’s presentation to the Board in December. This webinar will be in English. 

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Wednesday, February 25
9:00 – 10:30 ET (14:00 – 15:30 GMT)
in French

The webinar will focus on some of the possible adjustments to GPE’s Financing and Funding Framework and will build on the responses received by partners to the second round of pulse questions. The Chair of the Finance and Risk Committee will chair the discussion with materials presented by the Secretariat. 

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KEY DOCUMENTS AND BOARD DECISIONS

June 2019

Decision BOD/2019/06-14

December 2019

Decision BOD/2019/12/12
A group of partners discuss during the GPE Board of Directors' meeting in Nairobi. December 2019. Credit: GPE/Ludovica Pellicioli
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