UNESCO recently published its 11th Education for All Global Monitoring Report. The report is an update on progress that countries are making towards the global education goals that were agreed in 2000. It also makes a powerful case for...
Hungry school children in Mozambique now have an even greater incentive to attend school. Planet Aid and its local partner ADPP Mozambique began delivering the first of many hot school meals to nearly 250 schools throughout the province.
New student teachers attending DNS teacher–training colleges in Angola have embarked on a four-month field trip across southern Africa. The journey is providing the new trainees with the opportunity to meet different peoples across the continent, experience the diversity of cultures, and gain greater empathy for
H.E. Maker Famba Mwangu, the Minister of Education for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) spoke at a special Clinton Global Initiative meeting in Washington, DC on April 16, 2013. The meeting was attended by representatives of companies and donor organizations interested in funding projects
In Malawi, the DAPP Dowa Teacher Training College in Matanda was officially inaugurated on November 30, 2012. The college was built through a unique public-private partnership led by Planet Aid, with support from