By Meredith Dodson, Director of U.S. Poverty Campaigns
We’ve seen unprecedented attacks on anti-poverty programs in the past year, and unfortunately those threats only continue to accelerate.Read More.
By Milagros Lechleiter, Global Education Senior Associate
Last week in Senegal, the world committed to working together until no child is left without a quality education. Fifty-three developing countries committed US$110 billion to support their own education systems while donors pledged US$2.3 billion. The big winners of the day were developing countries who made it clear that they have in themselves the key to fulfill their own sustainable development.Read More.
By Joanne Carter, Executive Director
Today they made the biggest ever global commitment to fund education at this financing conference convened by the Global Partnership for Education. That’s great news, but it’s not the whole story. And it can’t be the end of the story. Here’s what stands out to me:Read More.
By Alyssa Turcsak, RESULTS Real Change Fellow
Alyssa explains why she and other young volunteers have raised their voices in support of the Global Partnership for Education. She urges the U.S. administration to hear their voices and support GPE at the February 2nd Financing Conference in Dakar.Read More.