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Significant Drop in Global Aid to Education

A new report from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has shown a significant drop in global aid to education causes since 2010.

More than 250 million children worldwide lack basic education skills and figures state that global aid to education has fallen to a mere 10%. UNESCO state that global aid overall has only dropped by 1% over the same period- suggesting deliberate changes in worldwide investments.

The report precedes the Global Partnership for Education’s Replenishment Pledging Conference later this month, where global donors are invited to help raise $3.5 billion dollars for education in impoverished or developing areas.

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