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Extended consultation: share your views


The Education Commission are calling for more people to engage in their consultation about how to make the impossible possible by creating a means to help fund quality education for all by 2030. For full details please see their website.

Over the past few months, they have worked hard to consult with a wide range of stakeholders including education experts, government officials in beneficiary countries, representatives of contributing countries, members of civil society organizations, international organizations, multilateral development banks, and of course youth themselves whose futures are at stake.

The consultation is ongoing and they are continuing to have a feedback loop. This is why they want to continue engaging with you. They encourage civil society organizations to provide feedback on the Facility's design principles. The deadline has been extended until May 22nd. They will then integrate feedback into the design and provide responses to comments about the Facility.

They hope to build a Facility which will not only help to fill significant funding gaps and provide value for money, but one that can also benefit the most marginalized – especially girls – in countries committed to reform and investing in their youth but lacking sufficient means to do so.

They are encouraging everyone to review the new IFFEd Prospectus for the latest overview of the Facility.

Let’s work together to #MakeImpossiblePossible and deliver a quality education to each and every child across the globe.

The Education Commission are calling for more people to engage in their consultation about how to make the impossible possible by creating a means to help fund quality education for all by 2030. For full details please see their website: http://educationcommission.org/international-finance-facility-education/.