Drive for five is a global call to action, led by the Government of Ireland, UN Women, the Global Partnership for Education, ONE and Malala Fund, asking all governments to commit to 5 transformative actions for adolescent girls.
The Global Partnership for Education is consulting with partners to design its new strategy for the next five year as an ambitious foundation to drive quality education for children in developing countries.
The Global Partnership for Education has approved a grant totaling US$112 million to build on Tanzania’s successful efforts to get more children in school and learning – especially girls and children from disadvantaged backgrounds.
With support from the Global Partnership for Education, the Government of Kenya is making strides in ensuring that all girls – including those living in the poorest and most remote areas of the country -...
During this webinar, Dr Larry Cooley and Dr Rebecca Winthrop will present evidence and experience on how to achieve system impact and change at scale. In doing so, they will build on Dr Cooley’s presentation to the Board in December.