CESAAM's more than 8,000 direct project beneficiaries have enrolled in Master’s, PhD or short-term programs across all ACEs, and one-third of these beneficiaries are female students. ACE…

Maulshree Gangwar, Ruth Charo, George Owuor |

On October 17th, the world commemorates International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. This year, I have been reflecting on what eradicating poverty means for Azerbaijan.

Sarah G. Michael |

With daily reports of infections and lives lost, along with schools, workplaces, and public places shut down, one has to simply look around to observe the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on our…

Kidus Fikremariam |

Hello, my dear little country. I write to you at a time when you have been battered by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) health crisis, which will certainly lead to a setback in terms of the development…

Elsa Marina Syvine |

We encourage countries to strengthen their tertiary education systems to build the professional expertise necessary to drive public and private sector development; to produce the doctors, nurses,…

Mamta Murthi, Nina Arnhold, Roberta Malee Bassett |

The World Bank is committed to seeing every girl prosper in her life. Our projects support the education of hundreds of millions of girls and young women across the world.

Jaime Saavedra, Raja Bentaouet Kattan, Myra Murad Khan |

The kids are not alright: Three ways EdTech can support student’s wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond

Maria Barron, Alex Twinomugisha |

Zimbabwe, just like many African countries, has been adversely affected by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Reduced economic activity due to business closures, restricted travel, and lower…

Juliana Makonise |

For this school year, the roll-out of the new student-centered curriculum to grade 4 in 2021/2022 brings some hope that a learning-driven approach (as opposed to exams and marks driven) will have…

Amira Kazem |