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How the Global Partnership for Education Adds Value

This report shows how the Global Partnership model offers unique support for the education of all boys and girls in 59 low-income countries. By supporting development programs to achieve a country’s education goals (such as gender parity, quality learning outcomes and universal access to primary school), the Global Partnership ensures that investments in education pay off and that national education results are improved by: - bringing partners together to develop measurable education sector plans of good quality; - investing in underfunded and strategically important elements of the plan; - mobilizing the expertise of country-level partners to leverage their comparative advantages. The Global Partnership adds value country by country by taking a global view of what is required to achieve sustained results in education in low-income countries.

Published 2013-12-04

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