The Global Partnership for Education will provide US$250 million to help up to 67 developing countries mitigate the immediate and long-term disruptions to education caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds will help sustain learning for up to 355 million children, with a focus on girls and children from the poorest families.
The International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030 calls for supporting 63 million primary and secondary school teachers in countries affected by education system closures due to COVID-19. As of March 25, 165 countries have closed all their schools, affecting nearly 1.5 billion students.
South Sudan’s civil war has taken a toll on the country’s education system. With a new peace agreement now in place, GPE continues to support the government to bring children back to school and provide them...
With the support of the Global Partnership for Education and the World Bank, the government of Uganda has developed a policy to promote special needs and inclusive education to give every child an equal...
The 2020 summit will take place April 5-8 virtually. The summit provides a platform for discussion and sharing of knowledge between the world's most ardent literacy and educational leaders, institutions, organizations and pioneers.
USAID will hold the USAID 2020 Global Education Conference as an opportunity to build relationships and networks across sectors and countries and share our collective knowledge, evidence and experience. The theme of the conference is "Education Today, Opportunity Tomorrow".
This webinar by INEE will focus on providing distance learning in low-resource and low tech environments. It aims to highlight the challenges for education in emergencies practitioners in the face of school closures and restricted movement associated with COVID-19.