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EFA partners give their views
 Maris O. Rourke
 Angela W. Little
 Judith L. Evans
 Denise Lievesley
 Victor Ordonez
 Clinton Robinson
 O. J. Sikes



  For the past ten years governments, donor agencies, non-governmental organizations and civil society have struggled together to give more people a chance to receive basic education. People involved in the Education for All movement around the world were asked to give their views on how this partnership has worked and on what they see as the major challenges in education at the dawn of the new millennium.

Education For All: Investing in a better Future by Maris O'Rourke, Director of Education in the World Bank
Educating Asia by Victor Ordonez, Director, UNESCO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
  Linking education and population issues by O. J. Sikes, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
  NGOs and EFA: a personal view by Clinton Robinson
  Sound policy-making requires good data by Denise Lievesley
  The challenges in early childhood education are enormous writes Judith L. Evans of the Collective Group on Early Childhood Care and Development
Personal Reflections on the EFA Decade by Angela W. Little is a professor of education in the University of London.
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