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)-United Nation Girls Education Initiative (UNGEI)’, launched in December 2010. The contribution from the Norwegian Committee for UNICEF supported the initiative through its provision of early childhood education (ECE) and equitable access to education for marginalized out-of-school (OOS) girls in three districts of Punjab; these are: Rajanpur, DG Khan and Bahawalpur. It is linked to the targets set by the Chief Minister’s Education Sector Reform Road Map, Universal Primary Education (UPE), Universal Secondary Education (USE), and Millennium Development Goals.

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