|An integrated approach to capacity development responding to local priorities
The International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) supports governments in planning and managing their education systems so that they can achieve their national objectives as well as the internationally agreed development goals. The main programmatic issues the Institute is currently focusing on are: gender equality; quality of education; education financing, governance, and management; and education in crisis and conflict – with an overall geographic focus on Africa. IIEP develops sustainable educational capacity through TRAINING of education professionals, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE to ministries of education and institutions, evidence-based RESEARCH and by SHARING KNOWLEDGE with all actors in the education community.
|The Faculty of Education of the Hong Kong University has a unique heritage and context. It is an integral part of a comprehensive, research-intensive, international, English-medium university in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China. At the same time, the Faculty is a regionally and globally engaged educational hub. The Faculty of Education aspires to lead the study and practice of education, to influence public policy and improve community life through education, and to nurture graduates who are passionately committed to their professions.|
|The JPMorgan Chase Foundation is an affiliate of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Its mission is to be a catalyst for meaningful, positive and sustainable change within our highest-need neighbourhoods and communities globally. The firm’s philanthropic investments are directed toward Community Development, Education, and Arts & Culture. In 2010, JPMorgan Chase and its Foundation gave more than $150 million through grants and sponsorships to thousands of not-for-profit organizations across 28 markets and more than 25 countries abroad. We also support the individual interests of our employees through the Matching Gift and volunteer programmes.|