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Insufficient overall revenue to fund public services means that lower-income countries, even thos

In the Philippines, the COVID-19 exacerbated existing challenges in the country’s education governance. Learn how the EOL partners behind the MultiplY-Ed Project, work to address these challenges.

The world’s biggest fund for education advocacy embarks on supporting 84 civil society organizations at a time when closing civic spaces and shifting funding priorities because of the COVID-19 pandemic make civil society work in education more relevant than ever.

The project aims to find solutions to this social crisis by promoting literacy and non-formal education in the four Sahelian countries. Lead partner GRADE have made this video-presentation of the alliance and their work. Enjoy!

In mid-2021 the GPE secretariat carried out a Rapid Review of EOL support to National Education C

Did you miss the webinar on Education in Emergencies?
On april 27th our colleague ASPBAE hosted a both instructive and inspiring webinar on how to protect Education in Emergencies - with overview of the challenges, good practives, approaches and lessons learned from the Asia Pacific Region.
Watch the full event here. https://youtu.be/0lw2PTaIOuQ

In March, Global Campaign for Education and Education Out Loud hosted a joint learning webinar on Perspectives on the UNESCO GEM Report on Non-State Actors in Education. You can watch a recording of the webinar. www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-8cusBvM8c

Five civil society organisations and their partners have been selected for gran

PIESEA is a transnational alliance of four organizations from Malawi, Kenya, and Tanzania. The goal is to reduce the gaps that exist between inclusive education policies and implementation status.

Contextual challenges faced in the participating countries The Kuyenda Collective seeks to contribute to systems strengthening in the education sectors of Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.