Financing Education in Afghanistan: Opportunities for Action
Norway is hosting the Oslo Summit on Education for Development in July 2015, to "help reverse the negative trend in external support for education and contribute to enhanced domestic resource mobilisation through innovative partnerships and results-oriented, well-coordinated development aid.
Five case studes will illustrate the status on education in countries at different stages of development, including Afghanistan that has had an enourmous increase in children in school over the last 13 years, despite the ongoing conflict.
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