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Haiti - Education : 44 million to «offer young Haitians a better future
25/04/2024 10:18:47

Haiti - Education : 44 million to «offer young Haitians a better future
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Education Above All Foundation (EAA) and the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) have partnered to support education in Haiti.

This partnership between the EAA Foundation, the IDB and GPE represents a firm commitment to responding to the education crisis in Haiti. By combining resources and expertise, the partnership is committed to creating lasting positive change for Haitian children and their communities.

"Our commitment to Haiti remains steadfast. Together with the Education Above All Foundation, the Global Partnership for Education, and other partners, we're increasing access of vulnerable youth to quality education, providing school feeding, remedial classes, and improve student retention in an effort to offer young Haitians a better future," declared Ilan Goldfajn, President of the IDB,

This $44 million grant over 5 years will help the Ministry of National Education achieve results by strengthening its information management system, enabling effective program reform and high-quality sector management.

The project will also address the context of economic and food insecurity among Haitian households by providing school meals, and improving attendance and retention through remedial classes, reintegrating children into schools and improving quality of teaching and learning.

"Supporting access to and retention in quality primary education in Haiti is not just a moral imperative but a strategic investment in the country's long-term stability and development,” said, Fahad al-Sulaiti, CEO, EAA.“This partnership marks a significant step forward in our mission to ensure that most vulnerable children – regardless of their circumstances – have access to quality education. By joining forces, we are able to amplify our impact and reach even more at-risk and out-of-school children in Haiti.

"Our support to the children of Haiti, through access to schools, textbooks and qualified teachers, is more critical than ever to counter the impact of insecurity in the country," said Laura Frigenti, CEO of the Global Partnership for Education.

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