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Latest News: UNESCO report reveals the poorest countries needs fivefold more donations for educational spending

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fig1arevUnesco’s Education for All Global Monitoring Report shows an annual financing gap of US$22 billion over 2015-2030 for reaching universal pre-primary, primary and lower secondary education of good quality in low and lower middle income countries. For example low income countries will need to increase the amount of spending per primary school student from US$65 to US$199 by 2030. Even with the best possible growth projections the goals will not be reached. In addition,

fig1brevmany countries are unlikely to increase their public education expenditure to the levels required to cover the total cost of meeting the targets. The financing gap will not be filled without increased donor aid. Source: Unesco

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