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ASPBAE has benefited much from its more than three decade-long partnership with DVV International (DVVI), Germany, in capacity-development work for adult education in the region and at global levels. More recently, ASPBAE and DVVI partnered in securing European Union support for a programme on 'Innovating Advocacy Approaches in promoting Adult Female Literacy'.
Working with the Global Campaign for Education, ASPBAE has received support from the Dutch government and from the Education Programme Development Fund (EPDF), a multi-donor trust fund established under the Education for All Fast Tract Initiative. This support is towards building the capacities of education campaign coalitions and civil society advocacy in the Asia Pacific. ASPBAE also enjoys the support of the Open Society Institute (OSI) for its work in enhancing civil society participation in education policy across South Asia. It received funding for South Asia capacity-building and advocacy work from the Commonwealth Education Fund (CEF) in 2007-2008.
As a partner in its Centre of Excellence (COE) programme on education for sustainable development, ASPBAE has been receiving support from the Asia-Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO (ACCU) since 2006. Through the years, ASPBAE has also received assistance from Action Aid International, Oxfam GB, UNESCO Paris, the UNESCO Institute for Life Long Learning, the UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education in Bangkok, the UN Girls Education Initiative (UNGEI), UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund), and the Commonwealth Foundation, UK, to co-organize joint studies, researches, and capacity building activities to advance the right to education.
Through its ASPBAE Australia office, ASPBAE works with the support of AusAid and the Myer Foundation in Australia for education advocacy work, especially in the South Pacific.