Partnerships2030

While every child in Germany is able to attend school, one in six children world-wide has no such access. Yet those who do not learn to read, write or do arithmetic are denied many opportunities. Countries in the Global South, in particular, are held back by this, because education is the key to social and economic development. Multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs) can inject important impetus here and open up education for young people.

This factsheet shows what this can look like in concrete terms, using the example of the work of the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), which supports education activities in around 90 partner countries and thus makes an important contribution to achieving SDG 4.

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Guidelines: Results of multi-stakeholder partnerships – Social, ecological and economic impacts at the local level
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