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The Global Partnership for Education Role in Promoting Access to Quality Education: a Comparative Study Between the Gambia and Ghana 2000 - 2018

Student: Malang Faye

Supervisor: Caroline Schlaufer

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The main aim of the study is to analyse how the Global Partnership for Education support developing countries, The Gambia and Ghana in delivering the global education goals. The study compares their adaptation, policies, projects implementation and outcomes. The research uses a comparative case-study as its research design to understand the background setting, progress made, and actions connect to achieving Education for All goals in the Gambia and Ghana. The study introduces the policy capacity framework to addresses the question of whether the policy capacity framework is a necessary condition for policy success, or the unavailability of policy capacity leads to policy failure. My research concluded that progress had been made in both countries in delivering access to education, however, quality remains an issue despite governments and partnerships taking active steps in curbing the problem of quality delivery. Finally, the paper highlights the similarities and the different patterns between the two countries and conclude by drawing out the lesson learnt from these two countries.

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