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Home News Global Partnership for Education announces US$250 million for developing countries battling COVID-19

Global Partnership for Education announces US$250 million for developing countries battling COVID-19

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 The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) will provide US$250 million to help developing countries mitigate both the immediate and long-term disruptions to education being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds will help sustain learning for up to 355 million children, with a focus on ensuring that girls and poor children, who will be hit the hardest by school closures, can continue their education.

The COVID-19 pandemic is creating an education emergency that could have devastating impacts on children in developing countries,” said Julia Gillard, GPE Board Chair. “Unless we act now to support education systems, millions of vulnerable children, especially the poorest girls, may not be able to resume learning when this crisis is over………...………………..