Education

New Investment in Tunisia’s Future to Strengthen Primary Education and Ensure All Children Have Access to Preschool

The World Bank Board of Directors, on May 18, approved a US$100 million investment loan to support the Tunisian government's efforts to improve the quality of primary education and expand access to preschool in disadvantaged regions.

Marginalized Roma Community Still Most Excluded in Albania

Albania has made progress in meeting targets outlined in the National Action Plan for the Integration of Roma and Egyptians for 2016-2020. The compulsory education enrolment rate of marginalized Roma children significantly increased in Albania from...

UNICEF welcomes Education Under Attack report

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A child stands in front of his ground-flattened school after an bombardment in Ainjara village in rural Aleppo on 11...

Schoolchildren caught in the crossfire of eastern Ukraine’s four-year conflict – UNICEF

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Lera Nagormay, 10, sits for in a classroom at school in Marinka, Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine, Wednesday 22...

World Bank Approves $100 Million to help Sri Lanka Modernize its Education System

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The World Bank Board of Executive Directors today approved a $100 million credit to support Sri Lanka...

New Financing Will Support Cambodia in Improving Higher Education for Industrial Development

The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors, on April 26, approved US$90 million in financing to support Cambodia’s efforts in improving the quality of higher education and research in the country and broadening access to higher education for...

Nearly 5 million Syrian children accessing education despite over seven years of war on children

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Hanaa, 8, who was paralysed by an exploding bomb and lost the use of her legs, solves...

World Bank and Egypt Sign US$500 Million Project to Bring Learning Back to Public Schools

The Egyptian government and the World Bank, on April 21, signed an agreement for the US$500 million Supporting Egypt Education Reform project, which aims to improve teaching and learning conditions in Egypt’s public education system.