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Global Partnership for Education

GRAN'S POSITION ON Global Partnership for Education

The Global Partnership for Education (GPE), set up in 2002, to “galvanize and coordinate a global effort to deliver a good quality education to all girls and boys, prioritizing the poorest and most vulnerable.” www.globalpartnership.org/about-us  The GPE includes sixty developing countries, donor governments, such as Canada, international organizations, civil society groups, and the private sector. 

Supporting education in conflict-affected areas and promoting girls’education are among the GPE’s priorities.  GRAN, with other partners, advocates to ensure that Canada continues its commitment to pay its fair share to the GPE. 

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