Consortium for the Accountability of Educational Policies in Benin

The e!quality project aims to address the paradox of high enrollment rate with low levels of quality and equality in education in Bangladesh. In this video the alliance presents the partners and how they work to create change.

Last year the GPE secretariat launched a Mid Term Review of the Education Out Loud programme to b

In Burundi, Ornella, an 18-year-old girl is struggling to stay in school. Ornella’s father, the only person who could legally register her birth, never did and died before he could provide the necessary administrative documents to his daughter.

Creating broad and active sector dialogue and aligning interests, resources and capabilities require civil society actors to find new ways of working in collaboration and new learning modalities. The following examples show how civil society organizations (CSOs) are seeking to achieve those.

The CLEAR project seeks to contribute to equitable access to quality basic education for children in deprived areas of Ghana by strengthening transparency and accountability. The target beneficiaries of this intervention are children (especially girls) in deprived areas of Northern Ghana.

GCE and ASPBAE have held an instructive and inspiring Capacity Building Workshop on Civil Society Spotlight Reports for the High Level Political Forum (HLPF) 2022. It is now available as webinar.

The Education Out Loud Progress Report covering the period 1. July – 31. December 2021 is now available. Read and download it here.

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.