On the 2 February 2018 we published Julia Bishop weekly giveaway of Australian Tax payer Dollars to Countries that normally hate us Australia. It was brought to my attention that Rihanna had sent a Tweet out asking Julie Bishop and Malcolm Turnbull to Pledge $200 Million to fund Fund Education.
Another Question is what is the Education Model, Is this part of the Safe School Agenda?
Who is Rihanna?
Robyn Rihanna Fenty is a Barbadian singer, songwriter, and actress. Born in Saint Michael, Barbados and raised in Bridgetown, during 2003 she recorded demo tapes under the direction of record producer Evan Rogers and signed a recording contract with Def Jam Recordings after auditioning for its then-president, hip hop producer and rapper Jay Z. In 2005, Rihanna rose to fame with the release of her debut studio album Music of the Sun and its follow-up A Girl like Me (2006), which charted on the top 10 of the US Billboard 200 and respectively produced the successful singles “Pon de Replay“, “SOS” and “Unfaithful“.
Rihanna is one of the best-selling artists of all time with 230 million records sold worldwide and probably could have paid the 90 Mill herself but that what these famous people do is use their Fame to suck money from us poor slaves.
Original Media Release Julie Bishop 2 Frb 2018: Today I announce a pledge of $90 million by the Australian Government to support quality and inclusive education worldwide through the Global Partnership for Education.
This pledge forms part of Australia’s commitment to ensuring more children, particularly girls and children with disabilities, participate in school for longer and acquire the skills they need to build their future.
Education is a priority sector for Australia’s aid program. In 2016-17, approximately 18 per cent of Australia’s total overseas development assistance went towards education programs. Investing in education helps reduce disadvantage, accelerate economic growth and improve regional stability.
Australia has a direct stake in the prosperity and stability of our region with 11 of our top 15 aid-partner countries considered fragile or conflict-affected. The Global Partnership for Education is making notable progress in these countries. For example, primary school completion rates increased from 56 per cent in 2000 to 69 per cent in 2015. Further, 88 girls for every 100 boys completed primary school in 2015, compared to 74 in 2002.
The Global Partnership for Education is a valued partner in Australia’s efforts to improve regional education outcomes. Since 2015, it has allocated over $1 billion to support children’s education in countries in the Into-Pacific region, such as Cambodia, Laos PDR, Nepal and Afghanistan.
Source: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website – www.dfat.gov.au