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Thanks to GPE funding, Sudan has distributed 4.5 million textbooks to schools, making it...
The Ebola virus that struck Liberia in 2014-2015 left more than 4,800 dead and thousands...
The year 2016 saw the momentum that education has garnered around the globe get stronger...
The Global Partnership for Education provides technical and financial support to the...
Photo of the week: Serigne Mbaye Thiam, Minister of education of Senegal, launched the...
Over the last few years, Zambia has made impressive progress in the way it measures and...
By implementing a program for better early learning for all its children, the Republic of...
Moldova identified early childhood education as a priority for the first time in its 2002...
2016 has been a big year for education. At GPE, we have made important progress,...
GPE’s results framework, probably the most comprehensive such framework that exists, will...
The foundations of development and learning are laid in the first five years of life. A...
One of the most destructive barriers to gender equality in education is school-related...
December 3rd is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. An estimated 90% of...
The READ PNG program, funded by a GPE grant, promotes better teaching and learning of...
Photo of the week: Through the GPE-funded Early Reading Initiative, 38,000 teachers in...
In 2013, Sudan received a GPE grant which supports improving the learning environment in...
With support from the Global Alliance to Monitor Learning and A4L initiatives, countries...
Photo of the week: a 4th grader and his friends proudly show off their new schoolbags....
In fragile states and countries experiencing crises such as Burundi GPE’s priority is to...
Suwaiba Yunusa, 29, is the only female teacher at Janbulo Islamiyya Primary School...
Yusuf Zakaria, 17, is one of nearly 250 internally displaced persons that attends the...
In order to achieve the Global Goal for quality education the world must commit to...