On September 2, the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) approved an additional US$17.3 million for Education Out Loud to support national education coalitions in their education advocacy and social accountability work.

The alliance consisting of the organisations MSIS-Tatao, Ravintsara, MonEPT, and DRV in Madagascar is implementing one of five new projects which have recently been awarded an EOL grant.

This call for Expression of Interest is to establish a roster of Learning Partners in Asia Pacific Region for Education Out Loud Programme (EOL), the CSO advocacy and social accountability funding mechanism of the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). Application should be received by no later than 15th October 2021.

The alliance consisting of the organisations I-SAPS and CRCP in Pakistan is implementing one of five new projects which have recently been awarded an EOL grant.

The alliance consisting of the organisations CYAN and G-Watch in the Philippines is implementing one of five new projects which have recently been awarded an EOL grant.

The alliance consisting of the organisations HOPE, Carefound-Liberia, and Paramount Young Women Initiative is implementing one of five new projects which have recently been awarded an EOL grant.

The alliance consisting of the organisations CEMSE and ACLO from Bolivia is implementing one of five new projects which have recently been awarded an EOL grant.

Five civil society organisations and their consortium partners have been selected for grants from Education Out Loud to support civil society’s role in promoting the transparency and accountability of national education sector policy and implementation.

One week before the Global Education Summit, taking place on July 28-29 and hosted by the United Kingdom and Kenya, civil society across the African continent have mobilized massively, coming together to sign an Open letter to African Heads of State.

Ahead of the Global Education Summit 2021, Education For All Coalition in Sierra Leone, funded under Education Out Loud, held the "Speaking Youth to Power" event in collaboration with a number of international organisations. The event aimed to demand more resources for education now and to empower youth voices in education planning.