ducation is one of the most 카지노사이트 important investments a country can make in its future. GPE supports lower-income countries to ensure that every child receives a quality education.
Education is a powerful agent of change, and improves health and livelihoods, contributes to social stability and drives long-term economic growth. Education is also essential to the success of every one of the 17 sustainable development goals.
GPE helps partner countries transform their education systems to ensure that every girl and boy can get the quality education they need to unlock their full potential and contribute to building a better world.바카라사이트
- During the Ebola crisis, the best teachers presented educational programs on radio, with more than 80,000 portable radio sets distributed across the country, ensuring that thousands of children continued their learning despite school closures.
- GPE was the main funder to establish and operationalize Sierra Leone’s Teacher Service Commission (TSC), which implemented teacher standards, innovative training, and ambitious targets for teaching and institutional performance.
- During COVID-19, the TSC drew on experience from the Ebola crisis by launching an educational radio program within one week of school closures.
n August 2014, Mariama was at summer school in Freetown, Sierra Leone, when she heard that classes would cease due to a deadly Ebola epidemic. Over the next nine months, Mariama and students like her were able to continue learning thanks to innovative educational radio programs supported by the distribution of over 80,000 portable radios.
GPE responded quickly, reallocating US$1.5 million of its US$17.6 million grant to Sierra Leone for an emergency response to the epidemic, as well as to prepare schools to safely reopen at a later date. Organized through the ministry of 온라인카지 education and its partners, the best teachers in the country broadcast lessons, revealing an unexpected benefit in this time of crisis: thousands of students across the country now had the chance to learn with highly skilled teachers.