Education is central to development, as shown by the implementation of the Millennium Development Goal 2: Achieve Universal Primary Education by 2015, for boys and girls alike. Innovative financing can thus be viewed as a preferred tool for taking up this challenge.
“Diaspora Bonds for Education”, a presentation by Suhas Ketkar and Dilip Rathat, Leading Group Education Task Force Meeting of 4 February 2011.
The Report “Innovative Financing for Education: Moving Forward” published in February 2012 is a follow-up to the first 2010 report “2+3=8, Innovating in Financing Education” of the Task F
One of the first contributions highlighted the fragility of MDG-related developments in education : although access to primary education has seen a marked increase since 1990, progress has bee
The world’s children who are old enough this year to go to school for the first time belong to the “Class of 2015” which, according to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), should become in