Projects






Private School Census for all 36 districts in Punjab 2016

The EMIS is functioning in Punjab for the past more than 25 years and it has been become an integral part of Programme Monitoring and Implementation Unit (PMIU) of Punjab Education Sector Reform Programme (PERSP)....
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Impact Study to Evaluate the Scheme to Distribute Free Textbooks to Students Enrolled in Grades 1-12 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. (2016)

Elementary and Secondary Education Department (ESED) is the largest of all departments of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It has about 55% of the total employees of...
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Assessment of the Project on Provision of Equitable Access to Education for Marginalized Children, especially girls, in selected districts of Punjab [Third Party Evaluation] (2016)

Girls’ access to education and their high dropout rates are some of the major challenges in Punjab. ‘Equitable access to education for marginalized children’ is an initiative under the umbrella of ‘Pakistan Girls Education Initiative (PGEI)-...
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Training Manual and related material development (2015)

The Population Welfare Department has launched a project under the title for strengthening the PWTI. The major aim of the project is to improve the skills and knowledge of its employees of the Population Welfare Department...
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Improvers’ School Performance-Announcement of annual results for 2013 -14 in Districts Attock, Mandi Bahauddin, Rahim Yar Khan, Jhelum, Pakapattan and Nankana

The pilot Improvers School Performance Programme was initiated by Programme Monitoring and Implementation Unit (PMIU) of School Education Department (SED), Government of the Punjab in the financial year 2010-2011 as a ...
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Feedback Survey of School Score Card in Chiniot, Narowal, and Multan Districts

Government of Punjab has taken number of initiatives to improve access, quality and governance in school education. In continuation of these initiatives, the School Education Department (SED) and Programme Monitoring and ...
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Final Programme Evaluation of the Project Children’s (especially girls aged 2-12) access to quality education with improved infrastructure and a safe learning environment

The project was one of the efforts contributing in the attainment of commitments of Government of Pakistan in EFA and MDGs. The project focused on revitalizing the underperforming public schools through public private partnerships to transform government schools into viable, self-sustained and quality driven education...
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Girls’ Stipend Monitoring Survey in Kasur, Okara, Bhakkar, Khanewal and Muzaffar Garh districts

The “Girls’ Stipends Programme” initiated by Government of the Punjab in 2004 under Punjab Education Sector Reform Programme (PESRP) was first of its kind in the history of the province. The purpose of the program was not only to...
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Announcement of Annual Results for 2012 -13 Improvers’ School Performance Campaign in Attock, Mandi Bahuddin and Rahim Yar Khan Districts

The pilot Improvers School Performance Programme was initiated by PMIU-PESRP School Education Department (SED), Government of the Punjab in the financial year 2010-2011 as a three-year programme to award incentives...
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Supplement Stipend Pilot Programme (SSPP) Awareness Campaign in Districts Kasur and Bhakkar

In 2004, GoPb initiated a Stipend Programme for girls in Grade 6-10, under PESRP. Since its inception in 2004, the stipend amount was never been raised despite of rising costs and significant erosion in the real value of the money over ...
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Third Party Evaluation (TPE) of the project ‘enhancement of girls’ enrolment and retention in South Punjab’

The program is inspired by the learning and good practices of the “Dubai Cares Whole School Improvement Project for enhancement of girls’ enrolment and retention” in South Punjab with Oxfam. The subject project, targeting 300 ...
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Piloting/awareness of School Report Card in Khanewal and Rawalpindi Districts

The School Education Department (SED) and Programme Monitoring and Implementation Unit (PMIU), Government of the Punjab, under the Punjab Education Sector Reform Programme II (PESRP) introduced a School Report ...
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Improvers School Bonus Programme, Awareness Campaign 2012-2013 in Attock, Mandi Bahuddin and Rahim Yar Khan District

The pilot Improvers School Performance Programme was initiated by PMIU-PESRP SED, GoPb in the financial year 2010-2011 as a three-year programme to award incentives to low-performing schools in poorly-performing districts ...
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Improvers School Bonus Programme -Field based administrative assistance (data verification)

Government of the Punjab through PMIU/SED initiated a three year pilot programme under the name “Improvers School Bonus Programme” to award incentives to low-performing schools in poorly performing districts. The purpose ...
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Strengthening institutional capacity for promoting research culture, Sindh Teacher Education Development Authority (STEDA), Education and Literacy Department, Govt. of Sindh

The Government of Sindh is strengthening institutional capacity of STEDA for teacher development in the province, using research as a main strategy to inform and guide the process of the institutional strengthening. A strategic plan for promoting research and to ....
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Awareness Campaign: Improvers’ School Performance-Announcement of annual results for 2014 -15 in Districts Attock, Mandi Bahauddin, Rahim Yar Khan, Jhelum, Pakapattan and Nankana under School Improvers’ Programme PESP-II

The pilot Improvers School Performance Programme was initiated by Programme Monitoring and Implementation Unit (PMIU) of School Education Department (SED), Government of the Punjab in the financial year 2010-2011 as a three-year programme to award incentives to low-performing schools in poorly-performing districts, with the main objective to increase enrolments in schools (enrolments + retention) and improving student learning outcomes. Initially, three districts namely Attock, Mandi Bahauddin and....
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Research Study: Review of the School Council Mobilization Programme and implementation of School Council Policy 2013

A School Council Policy 2007 has been followed in 36 districts of the Punjab. A revised School Council Policy was notified in 2013 and implemented for reconstitution of School Councils during FY 2012-13 in 50% Primary and Middle Schools of the five districts of the Punjab (Attock, Chiniot, Jhelum.....
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Research Study: Non-Salary Budget expenditure review in nine districts of the Punjab

Through the Programme Monitoring Implementation Unit (PMIU) the SED, Punjab developed a school-specific formula for non-salary budgets. The formula is a new way of allocating non-salary funding to all government schools based on specific school- and student-level characteristics. This is the start of the transition away from Normative Financing to Per Capita Financing. The Finance Department approved.....
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Research Study: Impact Assessment of the Pak-Canada Debt Swap Project’s Interventions to Improve the Quality of Education

Government of the Punjab approved Pak Canada Debt Swap Project (PCDSP) under the MoU signed between CIDA (now DFATD) and the Government of Pakistan in April 2006.The major thrust of PCDSP project was to improve the quality of Elementary Education in Pakistan.....
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Awareness Campaign under School Improvers’ Bonus Programme PESP-II in six district of Punjab

The “Improvers School Performance Programme” is being implemented by the programme Monitoring and Implementation Unit (PMIU), Punjab School Education Department since 2010-11 as a three-year pilot to award incentives to low performing schools in poorly performing districts for increasing enrolments including retention and improving students learning outcomes.....
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Awareness Campaign under Girls Supplemental Stipend Pilot Programme Phase-II in six district of Punjab

The Supplemental Stipends Pilot Project (SSPP) in Punjab is a 3-year pilot, launched in April, 2013. For administrative reasons, SSPP has been rolled out in two phases: i) Introduction of higher quarterly benefit payment for girls in grade 6 to 10 beginning from April, 2013 in 68 schools of two selected districts namely Kasur...
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