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July 20, 2012
 

Pakistan Plans Reforms for Education Sector

Education Programs - Hashoo FoundationSindh, a province of Pakistan, has created an Education Sector Plan to reform education in the area. The Global Partnership for Education has proposed dedicating USD $100 million to help Pakistan fund education reforms. The plan will allow for USD $66 million to be invested in Sindh. The remaining funds will be sent to the Baluchistan Province.

With these funds, the provinces will work with the Global Partnership for Education to pinpoint what needs to be reformed. The plan will be implemented over three years. Improvement discussions have already begun between the Global Partnership for Education, UNICEF, and the President of Pakistan to ensure that the best decisions will be made for the students.

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