The Global Partnership for Education’s evolving support to fragile and conflict-affected states
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CitationMenashy, Francine, and Sarah Dryden-Peterson. 2015. “The Global Partnership for Education’s Evolving Support to Fragile and Conflict-Affected States.” International Journal of Educational Development 44 (September): 82–94.
AbstractIn this study, we trace the history of policy development within the Global Partnership for Education to discern the drivers behind the uptake of its shifting policies relating to education in fragile and conflict-affected states. In order to elucidate how and why this international organization has altered its policy stance and funding modalities, we employ a process tracing analysis of document and interview data. Moreover, we provide three country case studies of Global Partnership for Education financing to Liberia,
Madagascar, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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