From providing support to nascent ECED centers to financing and PPPs, you can find innovations aiming to get children started on the road to success at a young age.
This topic page on girls' education in low- and middle-income countries features programs dedicated to girls' access to quality education.
With a young and growing population coupled with many varied public and private initiatives to improve education, India is a country to look toward for innovations.
Kenya's education system includes both free primary education and a vibrant non-state sector to augment government services.
South Africa's education system is growing more robust by the day. We have found a strong concentration of programs working in school and student support.
Children in living in fragile and conflict-affected states face a number of unique challenges, including violence, trauma, or a lack of access to safe spaces that hinder their ability to learn.