Supporting Future Leaders, One Student At A Time

The Guinean Alliance for Education and Development (GAED) is a tax exempt organization under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code incorporated in Washington, District of Columbia. It is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.

The Alliance believes by investing in human capital, a nation ensures future quality leadership, a skilled workforce, and sustainable economic development. It is our belief that children, regardless of their sex, religion, race, ethnicity or socio-economic background be educated, empowering him/her with better opportunities and choices in life.

The Alliance will encourage Guinean scholar beneficiaries of our scholarships to study abroad and return to Guinea to work in both the public and private sector, thus contributing to the development of our country. We are, and will work with universities here in the US and around the world to provide these scholarships. We seek the support of public and private organizations, governments, and all people of good faith around the world to help us in accomplishing our goals.




News

Pre-University National Exams Results 2014 Academic Year

STANDARD CURRICULUM

Exam for the 6th Grade Completion: Passed: 106,684 students (65.29%)
Certificate of Middle School Completion-10th Grade (BEPC): Passed: 49,610 (43.45%)
High School Completion:
• Social Sciences: 11,696 passed or (28.45%)
• Mathematics: 6,384 passed or (53.96%)
• Experimental Sciences: 3,719 passed or (33.91%)

FRENCH-ARABIC CURRICULUM
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Exam for the 6th Grade Completion: Passed: 7,954 students (58.39%)
Certificate of Middle School Completion-10th Grade (BEPC): Passed: 2,059 (43.17%)
High School Completion:
• Social Sciences: 377 passed (37.48%)
• Experimental Sciences: 37 passed (43.60%)

Let's make a difference

At the Guinean Alliance for Education and Development, we are firm believers that when positive like-minded people join forces together in determination toward a common goal, they will succeed at accomplishing their targeted goal(s). We strongly believe that if there is one single most important element of development, it is education. We humbly ask you to join us by not only your financial support, but also by your suggestions and feedbacks as we embark on this important journey of providing educational resources and opportunities to young Guineans aspiring to become educated world citizens.

Guinea, Country Key Statistics

Total Population: 11.3 Millions (World Bank, 2012)
GDP (current US$) $5.632 Billions (World Bank, 2012)
GDP Growth 3.9% (World Bank, 2012)
Literacy rate, adult total (% of people ages 15 and above) 41% (CIA World Factbook, 2010)
Public spending on education, total (% of GDP) 3.1% (CIA World Factbook, 2011)
School life expectancy (primary to tertiary education): 10 years (CIA World Factbook, 2011)
School enrollment, primary (% gross) 91% (World Bank, 2012)