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Educational attainment in Punjab – Have learning outcomes improved?

This post is the second in a series discussing findings from the Punjab Education Sector Programme (PESP) II evaluation, a performance evaluation funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). In the first interim phase, survey and administrative datasets were reviewed to understand changes in Punjab’s education landscape since 2012.

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Addressing Maternal Mortality in Pakistan

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Ensuring growth through macroeconomic stabilization

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Thinking beyond the IMF- Safeguarding development

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Minorities and access to Economic Opportunities

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The Urban Housing Crisis

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Using Sports to Engage Youth

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How do women centric policies impact female voter turnout?

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Protecting women’s legal rights in marriage

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Reforming water management in Pakistan

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Strengthening the link between finance & development

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