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Global Partnership for Education, 2021
Every girl deserves a quality education and every country deserves gender equality. In December 2020, Global Partnership for Education (GPE) created the US $250 million Girls' Education Accelerator to transform girls' opportunities to go to school and learn. To secure funding, countries commit to ambitious action for gender equality by investing…
Descriptors: Females, Equal Education, Gender Bias, Womens Education
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
Education drives gender equality which is key to creating a more peaceful, prosperous, healthy and sustainable world. But for education to fulfill its potential, both girls and boys must equally benefit from it. This brief provides information on the gender equality challenge, the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) approach, why gender…
Descriptors: Sex Fairness, Equal Education, Access to Education, Foreign Countries
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
The global learning crisis continues to threaten the future of millions of children and derail economic progress in low-income countries. While noteworthy progress has been made and significantly more children are in school and learning, the learning crisis is increasing due to population growth, education system challenges, natural disasters and…
Descriptors: Private Sector, Partnerships in Education, Expertise, School Business Relationship
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
Global Partnership for Education (GPE), the largest global fund dedicated to transforming education, now offers the GPE Match. Through the GPE Match, GPE will double qualifying philanthropic investments made in education in GPE partner countries by the business community or private foundations. That doubles the impact on getting more girls and…
Descriptors: Educational Finance, Investment, Foreign Countries, Developing Nations
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
Although more girls than ever go to school today, 129 million girls worldwide are still denied an education. Educating girls generates huge dividends for economic prosperity, gender equality, climate resilience, public health, and lasting peace and stability. GPE believes that all girls should be educated, healthy and safe, and it has taken bold…
Descriptors: Females, Access to Education, Sex Fairness, Economic Development
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
Partner country governments play a critical role in the Global Partnership for Education, both at global level through representation in the constituency-based Board and at country level as the primary policy makers and funders of education systems. GPE emphasizes the importance of government leadership and inclusive, consultative policy dialogue.…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, Government (Administrative Body), International Cooperation, Educational Change
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
GPE has significantly increased its footprint in the Indo-Pacific to help partner countries strengthen their education systems and get the most vulnerable girls and boys in school, improve teaching and learning, and build resilient education systems. GPE brings together all key partners at country level to support one national education strategy.…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, Global Approach, Foreign Countries, Low Income
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) disease, declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) by the World Health Organization (WHO) in January 2020, prompted a global closure of schools from mid-March 2020, affecting an estimated 1.6 billion learners worldwide according to the United Nations. In response to the negative impacts of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Well Being, COVID-19, Pandemics
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
Driving education system transformation is at the heart of how GPE works and GPE 2025 will help partner countries achieve change by leveraging global and national relationships in support of their priority reforms and activities. GPE 2025 is the strategic plan for the partnership covering five years, 2021 to 2025. The plan is aligned with and…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Partnerships in Education, Global Approach, Equal Education
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
GPE helps partner countries improve the quality of education by empowering teachers and ensuring they are well trained, qualified and motivated. Quality teaching is a priority area in GPE 2025, the partnership's strategic plan, which highlights the critical role of teachings in building effective and efficient education systems. [For "GPE…
Descriptors: Educational Quality, Teacher Effectiveness, Educational Finance, Financial Support
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
The business and foundation communities are a vital part of GPE, bringing in-kind strategic capabilities and philanthropic financial co-investment to the drive to transform education systems in lower-income countries.
Descriptors: Private Financial Support, Partnerships in Education, Educational Finance, Educational Change
Global Partnership for Education, 2021
GPE promotes alignment of aid with partner countries' systems as part of its commitment to transform education systems and better mobilize resources for sustainable results. Our new operating model helps identify opportunities for greater alignment as part of requirements for the development of partnership compacts.
Descriptors: Educational Finance, Financial Support, Alignment (Education), Educational Change
Global Partnership for Education, 2019
Despite significant gains in recent years, education outcomes for girls in developing countries continue to lag behind those of boys. Adolescence is a particularly critical stage for girls, marked by rapid biological and psychological changes as well as powerful social expectations of how their lives should unfold. For many girls in developing…
Descriptors: Females, Gender Differences, Gender Bias, Equal Education
Global Partnership for Education, 2019
While overall primary school enrollment is high in Benin, there are stark differences between regions. In rural areas, children of poor families often have to help with agricultural activities (e.g. working in fields or with cattle) instead of going to school. The Global Partnership for Education is working with Benin to address one of the…
Descriptors: Females, Access to Education, Academic Persistence, Educational Quality
Global Partnership for Education, 2019
Djibouti is a lower middle-income country with a population of nearly one million. Despite considerable economic growth over the past 15 years, 30 percent of the population still lives in poverty. An influx of refugees from neighboring countries has created additional challenges for Djibouti's education system. With the support of the Global…
Descriptors: Poverty, Refugees, Access to Education, Student Needs
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