Making Education Aid more effective: Monitoring Exercise on Aid Effectiveness in the Education Sector

The GPE Report Making Education Aid More Effective: 2011 Monitoring Exercise on Aid Effectiveness in the Education Sector presents findings of a 2010/1011 survey monitoring exercise. It looks at how development actors work together and coordinate the use of available resources for best results. The key message of the report is that both government and donor partners greatly value approaches that help them to better coordinate their work. Central to improved coordination in the education sector are education plans, local education groups, results frameworks and joint sector review process. The report presents an analysis of the data, reflects on the challenges in the individual areas of cooperation, provides concrete country examples, sheds light on the work and structures of local education groups, and provides definitions on key terms of aid effectiveness. The report is based on data submitted by 30 ministries of education and about 245 donor partners in 36 developing countries.

Published 2013-02-27

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Publication year
2013
Format
pdf, 99p.
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© 2012 Global Partnership for Education Secretariat
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Content Type
Reports

Document Information

Publication year
2013
Format
pdf, 99p.
Rights
© 2012 Global Partnership for Education Secretariat
Creative Commons License
None
Content Type
Reports