LONDON — Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman announced that Saudi Arabia would donate $3 million to support the Global Partnership for Education.
Education Minister Dr. Hamad Al Sheikh read the speech of the Crown Prince. The address stressed the importance of concerted efforts in supporting international initiatives and programs that would enhance the economics of education and support educational systems in the beneficiary countries and provide high-quality opportunities in education to those who need them most.
Dr. Al Sheikh also thanked Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for hosting the crucial global summit.
The Saudi education minister also said that international cooperation and joint action of extending a helping hand to countries with limited resources is the route to achieve this noble goal.
Dr. Al Sheikh said that Saudi Arabia has always attached great importance to education at the local, regional and international levels. The same has been evident through its G20 2020 presidency. The Kingdom included education as the main item on the agenda, adding that education is a major component of the Kingdom’s vision 2030.