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Education: how can we improve access for children in Western and Central Africa?

'Schooling alone won’t solve the problem; high quality learning is critical.' Image: UNSPLASH/Tyler Lagalo

Wuraola Mosuro

Education Consultant, Education Global Practice, World Bank

Stefano De Cupis

Strategic Communications Specialist, World Bank Group’s Education Global Practice

Martín E. De Simone

Education Specialist, Africa region, World Bank

Yevgeniya Savchenko

Economist in the Poverty and Equity Practice, Latin America and the Caribbean Region at the World Bank

Jason Weaver

Senior Education Specialist, Education Global Practice, World Bank

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Widespread poverty and school shortages are negatively impacting education in this region. Image: World Bank

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