Foreign aid spending has increased by about 20 percent since 2010, but spending on children’s education has declined by four percent. The increase in aid has been in response to the global refugee crisis, which disrupts educational development for children in crisis. Advocates are calling for more education funding.
Aid dollars directed to education short of the mark, again
Global Partnership for Education taps former Australian PM to boost funding for education
Troy Constable The global campaign for education snagged a high-profile politician this week. Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard will…
Is education the most effective anti-poverty investment?
School in Kabkabiya, North Darfur.UNAMID Global Poverty Project CEO Hugh Evans made the case for supporting education in a recent…