Global Partnership for Education

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The Global Partnership for Education was created as the first ever global compact on education, to help low-income countries achieve a free, universal basic education.[citation needed] It was launched in 2002 as a global partnership between donor and developing country partners to ensure accelerated progress towards the Millennium Development Goal of universal primary education by 2015. In late 2011, the Education for All Fast-track Initiative (EFA FTI) changed its name to "Global Partnership for Education".


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