This fiscal year is the one in which The World Bank also continued to be the most important implementation agency for Global Partnership for Education (GPE) grants to countries with low incomes. USAID continues to work with partners in more than 50 nations to ensure that children as well as communities remain protected and are able to continue learning. This year, USAID helps our partners in helping their countries, the World Bank currently manages 57 percent of GPE’s Grant portfolio ($1.95 billion out of $3.46 billion in grants that are active) Of which, $194.5 million comes from COVID-19 Accelerated Financial Window grants. students and communities stay secure and learn throughout the COVID-19 epidemic and beyond.
World Bank-backed projects in the field of education are serving at least 432 millions learners and 18 million educators -about one-third of the total student population and almost quarter of the teachers’ workforce in current clients. Find out more here. Our policy and operational support does not only respond to the current crisis however, Our Priority. we are also building more effectively to make sure that systems take advantage of the time to create more robust system that is better able to handle future shocks as well as better-equitable systems to provide equal opportunities for all.
The U.S. Our work is aiding countries in re-enrolling and keeping students in schools, Government Strategy on International Basic Education will guide our overall efforts across U.S. assess the impact of their learning and adopt methodologies that have been proven to improve learning, agencies and departments. which includes focused instruction and self-guided education. The Strategy strives to create a world in which education systems in the countries of our partners let everyone get the necessary education and qualifications to contribute to society. We also offer just-in time advice on policy issues across 65 countries and using collaborations (with UNICEF, The USAID Center for Education within the Bureau for Development, FCDO, Democracy and Innovation (DDI) develops its USAID Education Policy which aims to make sustainable, University of Harvard, quantifiable improvement in the quality of learning outcomes as well as skill development. University of Oxford, The basic principles in the Policy are John Hopkins University, Prioritize ownership and focus on country and direct investments to measurably and continuously improving the quality of education and learning Build capacity and strengthen the systems locally-based institutions. OECD, In partnership, UNESCO and other organizations) to continue to build knowledge about policy and global public goods to help support countries’ response to the epidemic. and leverage resources.
For instance, Drive investment decisions and decisions based on evidence and data. to evaluate the global response for the global response, and equity. UNICEF, The policy’s main objectives are: World Bank essay writing, Youth and children, and UNICEF (together with Johns Hopkins University at the beginning) have developed the Global Education Recovery Tracker (GERT) as which is a data gathering and visualisation tool which reveals the immediate response to the pandemic, in particular those most vulnerable and marginalized have increased access to the best education. as well as the latest developments updates on recovery efforts. Youngsters and children develop literacy, The data is gathered by the teams of the three institutions and displayed on the COVID-19 global Education Recovery Tracker website. numeracy, In conjunction in collaboration with UNICEF and UNESCO in collaboration with UNICEF and UNESCO, as well as social-emotional competencies that are essential to their future education. the Bank has also released an authoritative report that reviews the impact of COVID-19 on the learning environment around the world and offers policy solutions to reduce the negative effects of school closings. They acquire the skills they require to live successful lives, To assist in reopening schools and reducing learning loss, get jobs and make a positive contribution to the society.
UNICEF, Higher educational institutions are able to play an integral role in the development process. UNESCO, Ensuring opportunities for lifelong education allows nations and societies to prepare and adapt to changes in their economies and changing environments. the World Bank, The USAID Education Policy. the World Food Programme as well as the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) created a framework in collaboration with UNHCR to provide high-level guidance on security-conscious operations, The USAID Education Policy is accompanied by the Implementation of the Program Cycle and Operational Guidance which contains information on the operational aspect of the policies. stopping loss of learning, USAID is also a partner in EducationLinks an online platform to assist international education professionals develop and manage effective educational programs. assuring the safety of students as well as teachers,