UNGEI

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UNGEIUnited Nations Girls' Education Initiative
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The report was released in partnership with the United Nations Girls Education Initiative (UNGEI).
To do so, though, and to fulfil children's right to education, learners need safe and supportive environments (UNGEI, 2014, p.
The World Conference on Education for All held in 1990 at Jomtien, Thailand was considered as the most prolific and influential gathering focused on fair education for all (UNGEI, 2009).
No fue posible, por lo menos al comienzo, extender esta oportunidad a toda la sociedad y, como consecuencia, especialmente en el periodo de sus inicios, las Exploradoras de la UNGEI, pertenecieron a los ambitos considerados elitistas de la sociedad italiana.
She was addressing at the launch of Pakistan Girls Education Initiative (PGEI)-United Nation Girls Education Initiative (UNGEI) by National Commission for Human Development (NCHD), UNICEF, DFID and Ministry of Education.Education is the only path to sustainable human progress and the government is fully alive to the importance of education, Fehmida said.
RAY OF HOPE In April 2000, a partnerhip of various organizations lauched the United Nations Girls' Education Initiative (UNGEI), an initiative aimed at narrowing the gender gap in primary and secondary education.
(28) UNGEI Press Release, (March 9, 2005), http://www.ungei.org/news/index_270.htm1 (accessed June 8, 2007).
UNESCO published this book within the framework of the United Nations Girls' Education Initiative (UNGEI), the Education For All (EFA) flagship for girls' education and the principal movement to narrow the gender gap in primary and secondary education by 2005.
Three years later, the number of girls' enrolment doubled from 24 percent to 48 percent (UNGEI, 2011).
In partnership with the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF), the Global Campaign for Education (GCE) and the United Nations Girls' Education Initiative (UNGEI), Her Majesty has focused her energies on promoting the right to education for millions of children across the globe, especially girls.