Annual Status of Education Report ASER-PAKISTAN 2021

Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) is a citizen-led, household-based survey. It was conducted in 2021 during Covid-19 across 152 rural districts of Pakistan assessing the learning outcomes of children aged 5-16 while also collecting information on the impact of the pandemic on learning and other household indicators . The survey gives an overview of the learning competencies (grades 2/3-lower…

SPARC State of Pakistan’s Children Report

“State of Children Report” is an annual publication produced by the Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (SPARC), a non-governmental organization based in Pakistan. The report provides information on the situation of children in the country, covering various aspects such as health, education, violence against children,…

Annual Status of Education Pakistan 2023 National Report – Urban and Rural

The Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) Pakistan 2023 presents findings from the national household-based learning assessment conducted across both rural and urban areas of Pakistan. Methodology: Rural survey covered 151 districts, with 30 villages sampled per district and 20 households surveyed in each village. Urban survey covered 123 districts…

Annual Status of Education Pakistan 2023 – Provisional

The Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) is a survey of the quality of education. ASER seeks to identify gaps in educational data by looking to provide a reliable set of data at the national level, that is comprehensive and, at the same time, easy to understand. This year, ASER…

Allocations versus Expenditures in Education Finance – Policy Note

The policy note titled “Falling Through the Cracks: Allocations versus Expenditures in Education Finance” highlights the issue of underspending in the education sector in Pakistan. Despite an increase in the total education budget, underspend remains a significant problem. Pakistan’s investment in education, at 1.7% of GDP, is below the international…

Educational Exclusion of Children with Special Needs

The report “Educational Exclusion of Children with Special Needs” published by the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE) examines the challenges faced by children with special needs in accessing quality education in Pakistan using data from the Pakistan Social Living Standards Measurement (PSLM) 2019-20. It analyzes the various factors that…

Educating Girls: Increasing Retention for Greater Impact – Policy Note

“Educating Girls: Increasing Retention for Greater Impact – Policy Note” is published by the Planning and Development Division, Government of Pakistan provides an overview of the state of girls’ education in Pakistan and offers recommendations for improvement. It analyzes the issue of low retention rates of girls in the education…

Pakistan Education Statistics 2021-22 – Highlights Report

The highlights report summarizes key findings from the Pakistan Education Statistics 2021-22 report published by the Pakistan Institute of Education. The report highlights various aspects of the education system in Pakistan, including the number of educational institutions, enrollment statistics, public-private divide, intake and participation rates, and out-of-school children. According to the…

Bringing All the Girls to School

This report discusses the persistent challenges faced by Pakistan in ensuring that all children have access to quality education, despite efforts spanning over seven decades. Although there have been notable improvements in recent years, particularly in enrollment rates, the fact remains that approximately 22.8 million children, with girls being the…
State of Human Rights in 2022 Pakistan

State of Human Rights in 2022

The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) is a non-profit organization in Pakistan that works to promote and protect human rights in the country. The State of Human Rights Report is one of their flagship publications, released annually. The 2022 report provides an overview of the human rights situation in…
UNICEF Flagship Report

The State of the World’s Children 2023

UNICEF released it flagship report “The State of World’s Children 2023” on a theme “For Every Child, Vaccination”. According to UNICEF,  world is facing a red alert for children’s health: During the COVID -19 pandemic, vaccination coverage dropped dramatically, leaving millions of children unprotected against some of the most serious…

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