Promotion of education for all in lifelong learning framework

The Alliance of CSOs in Tajikistan for Education (ACTE) aims at promoting quality and inclusive education for all in a lifelong learning framework,

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e!quality - Education (e)quality through evidence-based advocacy for investment

The Education for All campaign is challenged by the Bangladesh paradox of high enrollment rate with low levels of quality and equality; a paradigm

Engagement to realise 12 year compulsory quality education for marginalised groups

The policy of 12-year (primary and secondary level) compulsory education that is free and inclusive in Indonesia is stated in the Ministry of Educa

Mainstreaming of gender and equity in education policy and programme development

Solomon Islands is a small Island state of approximately 1,000 Islands in the South West Pacific.

Samoa Education Network advocacy for better education policies and programmes

Even though Samoa has recorded only few cases of infection up to the time of writing, the country has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 p

Mobilise civil society for the right to education for all children in Moldova

Since the country’s independence the Education system in Moldova is going through a continuous process of reformation.

Support the disability movement for inclusive education in Madagascar

Madagascar has subscribed to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. There are large regional disparities in terms of access to education.

Gender responsive and equitable education policy development and programming

Papua New Guinea is the largest most populated country in the Pacific region highly ethnically diverse, with over 800 spoken languages.

Strengthening quality of educational policy dialogue and delivery

In Cambodia, barriers to accessing education for the most marginalized have been exacerbated by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Context-Responsive Advocacy for Gender Transformative Education

The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a major setback not only in education but on the overall development strides in Vietnam, and elsewhere in the world