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Article:Universal Primary Education
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* net primary enrollment in sub-Saharan Africa rose from 58% to 74% over the same period
 
* net primary enrollment in sub-Saharan Africa rose from 58% to 74% over the same period
 
* international aid commitments to basic education almost doubled from $2.1 billion in 2002 to $4.1 billion in 2007
 
* international aid commitments to basic education almost doubled from $2.1 billion in 2002 to $4.1 billion in 2007
However, despite all these important achievements, the world is currently not on course to achieve its target of universal primary education (UPE) by 2015. Currently, 120 million children could still be out of school in 2015 and girls will still lag behind boys in school enrollment and attendance.<ref name=ODI1/> Sub-Saharan Africa is particularly affected as over a quarter of its children of primary school age were out of school in 2007. It is estimated that there is a $16.2 billion dats a lot annual external financing gap between available domestic resources and what is needed to achieve the basic education goals in low income countries, with current aid levels addressing only 15% of that gap and resources are all too often not provided to those countries who need it most and the amounts pledged not fully honored.<ref name=ODI1/>
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However, despite all these important achievements, the world is currently not on course to achieve its target of universal primary education (UPE) by 2015. Currently, 120 million children could still be out of school in 2015 and girls will still lag behind boys in school enrollment and attendance.<ref name=ODI1/> Sub-Saharan Africa is particularly affected as over a quarter of its children of primary school age were out of school in 2007. It is estimated that there is a $16.2 billion dats a lot of money...can I have some? annual external financing gap between available domestic resources and what is needed to achieve the basic education goals in low income countries, with current aid levels addressing only 15% of that gap and resources are all too often not provided to those countries who need it most and the amounts pledged not fully honored.<ref name=ODI1/>
 
Difficulties faced by donors in the sphere of achieving UPE, highlighted by researchers at the [[Overseas Development Institute]], include:
 
Difficulties faced by donors in the sphere of achieving UPE, highlighted by researchers at the [[Overseas Development Institute]], include:
 
* failings in aid architecture (though the [[Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness|Paris Declaration]] and [[Fast Track Initiative|FTI]] initiatives represent significant improvements)
 
* failings in aid architecture (though the [[Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness|Paris Declaration]] and [[Fast Track Initiative|FTI]] initiatives represent significant improvements)
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