65 new online profiles for GPE partner countries

Photo of the week

a child looks from a doorway in Benin. Credit: World Bank/Arne Hoel

The image above welcome visitors to the Benin profile on the GPE website.

Highlighting partner developing countries and GPE’s work in these countries, we launched 65 new country profiles using a brand new look and design.

Access country pages

Full-width, easy-to-scroll pages are fully responsive to the user’s device.

The pages provide details of the education sector strategy of each partner country, the allocations and disbursements of GPE grants, data on nine key indicators about access, completion and financing, specifics on what GPE supports and results achieved.

You will also find quick links to the ministry of education website, key education documents, and the latest news, blogs or stories about the country.

Please have a look through the pages and let us know what you think.

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The Global Partnership for Education Secretariat is headquartered in Washington DC and has approximately 100 staff. The Secretariat provides administrative and operational support to all its partners including...

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