Somalia: GPE welcomes and supports the new Cooperation Framework

|Source: The Borgen Project |
Students in a classroom in Somaliland. Credit: UNICEF/Hana Yoshimoto

On September 19, the Somalia Ministry of Education announced that it had signed a Cooperation Framework and Memorandum of Understanding with three of its Federal governments, Jubaland, Galmudug and Southwest Administration.

This new policy sets a platform for the two levels of government to work together to ensure smoother management of the sector of education in Somalia. Somalia and its allies agree that combined management and interaction of the National and Federal Governments is a necessary step to provide quality education for all Somalia children.

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