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Record 28.5 Billion US Dollars Pledged for Global Education
Record 28.5 Billion US Dollars Pledged for Global Education
Developing countries and donors join to make historic commitments to fund basic education at Brussels summit.  Read More >
Girls’ Education Highlighted at the Global Partnership for Education second Replenishment Conference
Girls’ Education Highlighted at the Global Partnership for Education second Replenishment Conference
Last month, over 800 world leaders from 91 countries convened in Brussels, Belgium to pledge their commitment to education. Girls’ education was highlighted throughout the conference, with an entire session dedicated to the issues around it.  Read More >
Malala Day 2014
Malala Day 2014
Malala Day, observed this year on 14 July 2014, is not just a day to celebrate Malala Yousafzai. It is a day for all children everywhere to raise their voices and be heard. It is a day to stand up for education and say to world that we are stronger than the enemies of education and stronger than the forces that threaten girls, boys and women from leading happy and productive lives. Read More >
Podcast: More Funding Needed to Keep the Promise of Education
Podcast: More Funding Needed to Keep the Promise of Education
On 25 June, the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) will hold its second Replenishment Pledging Conference, with the goal of raising funds from donors to address global education issues in access, equity and learning. As part of the UNGEI Podcast Series, Changing the World for Girls, we are pleased to talk to Julia Gillard, Chair of the GPE Board of Directors and former Prime Minister of Australia. Read More >
Malawi Government Launches Girls Education Strategy
Malawi Government Launches Girls Education Strategy
As stakeholders in the country's education sector are doing all they can to improve the education of a girl child, the Malawi Government through the Ministry of Education has gone a step further to launch and implement the National Girls Education and National Girls Education Communication strategies.  Read More >

 

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