Regional learning partners selected for the GPE Knowledge and Innovation Exchange
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Second grade students at the Nyamachaki Primary School, Nyeri County.  Kenya. Credit: GPE/Kelley Lynch

Four regional hubs are being established as part of the GPE Knowledge and Innovation Exchange (KIX). The hubs will act as the central mechanism to connect GPE member countries, surface policy challenges and responses, and support knowledge mobilization and exchange. National governments will lead the process of selecting country delegations to participate in the regional hubs.

Following a call for proposals, the organizations below were selected to design and operate each of KIX's regional hubs:

Anglophone Africa:

Francophone Africa:

Asia-Pacific, Middle East and North Africa, Eastern Europe and Central Asia:

Latin America and the Caribbean:

The GPE Knowledge and Innovation Exchange (KIX) connects expertise, innovation and knowledge to help developing countries build stronger education systems and progress toward SDG 4: inclusive and equitable quality education for all.

KIX consists of a knowledge sharing and exchange function, where partners come together to share information, innovation, challenges and best practices; and a funding mechanism that provides grants at global and regional levels to invest in knowledge generation and innovation and to scale up proven approaches. With a budget of over US$75 million, KIX is the largest fund solely dedicated to meet global public good gaps in education.

Together with the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) - the KIX grant agent - we are excited to see the range of implementing partners come together and look forward to the work of bringing the regional hubs together and issuing the first round of KIX Regional Calls for Proposals in 2020.

More information on KIX

Second grade students at the Nyamachaki Primary School, Nyeri County.  Kenya. Credit: GPE/Kelley Lynch

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