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ActionAid Calls on the Government of Haiti to Improve the Quality...

"Half of primary school aged children cannot access education in Haiti due to a lack of public schools. ActionAid and peasants groups of the...

Community grants for the next generation

"Governments and donors are searching for the most effective ways to distribute development aid. Some suggest that local communities should have the power to...

Recycled Cartons Create Genius Desks That Double As Backpacks For Needy...

"Learning luxuries aren't available for many children attending school in India. Even something as simple as a desk is a beneficial tool millions of...

Admission policy introduced for free education

"The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has introduced a comprehensive admission policy for arranging free-of-cost education for out-of-school/dropout children aged between 6-17 in schools under...

Challenge accepted!

"In March, the social innovation lab launched the BRAC Innovation Fund for Mobile Money. The challenge fund was an opportunity for us to think...

Speeding Up: results based education financing programme in Tanzania

"Designing a large performance or results based education financing programme in Tanzania has certainly been a challenge over the past months. In particular getting...

Cashless Education: How mobile money helps Bridge International Academies deliver quality for-profit...

"When I say we “integrate mobile money into our business,” I don’t mean it lightly. Mobile money is the only type of payment Bridge...

BRAC launches innovation fund to make mobile money work for the...

"On March 30, 2014 BRAC officially launched the BRAC innovation fund for mobile money at the Frugal Innovation Forum: Scaling Digitally in Savar, Bangladesh....

Rethinking scale in international development: the Ubuntu model

"Could an NGO working in only one community redefine notions of scale? In a new series profiling the people doing development differently, Ubuntu Education...

The World Bank Supports abolition of fees and levies in basic...

"The World Bank Board of Executive Directors has approved support to The Gambia to increase access to basic education, improve the quality of teaching...

Catherine Bertini Fund Grants Put Girls on the Road to Success

"After 10 years leading the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), Catherine Bertini decided to tackle a major root cause for food insecurity—lack of education. ...

World Bank to Support 4.5 Million Bangladeshi Poor Students to Continue...

" "The government of Bangladesh signed a $265 million additional financing agreement with the International Development Association (IDA), the World Bank ’s concessional arm, for the ongoing...

Funding the Future

"In the lead up the Global Partnership’s replenishment conference global civil society has published an action plan aimed at helping to close the global...

New Ideas to Scale Up and Finance Global Education

"On February 24, the Center for Universal Education at Brookings hosted a full-day event comprising a number of discussions focused on identifying concrete actions—policy,...

Gordon Brown: It’s time to fund schools for Syrians

"Today, UNHCR figures show there are 3 million Syrian children displaced by the conflict, more than 1 million of whom have had to flee...

UNESCO, HNA Group and Hainan Foundation sign $5 million agreement to...

"Under the agreement, HNA Group will give UNESCO $5 million over the next five years for activities to accelerate gender equality in education throughout...

Unesco launches Malala fund

"United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) Director General Irina Bokova and the Pakistan’s Minister of State for Education, Training and Standards in...

Tatcha Announces “Beautiful Faces, Beautiful Futures” Partnership With Room to Read

"TATCHA® is honored to announce a partnership with Room to Readto support girls’ education. Through the “Beautiful Faces, Beautiful Futures” initiative, each full-size skin care...

To Help Kids Learn, Nigeria Examines Policy Bottlenecks

"In the Nigerian state of Ekiti, my World Bank colleagues and I recently visited schools that had twice as many teachers as needed. In Bauchi,...

Counting the cost of universal primary education

"There's a $26bn disparity between the cost and that which donors will pay. Time to put our money where our mouth is?" Continue to the...

The time is now for Myanmar to dramatically increase social budgeting...

"International Monetary Fund data suggests that the Myanmar Government has increased current health and education spending over the last year by 78 and 30...

The Smartest Investment: A Framework for Business Engagement in Education

" Last month, business leaders convened for the UN Global Compact Leaders Summit in New York, where UNICEF, UNESCO, the UN Special Envoy for Global...

Well-being of more children in India will improve as IKEA Foundation...

Find out details about how IKEA Foundation has recently contributed to UNICEFS programs in India. With a total donation of Є60 million, "Є20.7 million will enable children...

Economic revival: CM stresses uplift of education and health sectors

Read more about Karachi provincial government's renewed focus on the provision of education and increase in educational funding.

For Syrian children, education needs are urgent, and urgently underfunded

Find out more about the "roundtable discussion on the educational needs of Syrian refugee children in Lebanon", UNICEFS's role, and the education crisis in...

BRAC and NoVo Foundation announce $5 million partnership to empower girls...

"Partners issue philanthropic challenge to others to fight poverty by scaling up successful programs that educate and empower adolescent girls."

Multilateral agencies should renew their commitment to basic education

Find out more about mobilizing financing for primary education in Pauline Rose, director of the EFA Global Monitoring Report, and Liesbet Steer, Fellow, Center for Universal...