Citizens’ Voice Program (II)

Education’s Reforms through Expenditure Analysis on Primary Education

The Citizens’ Voice Project awarded grants to Pakistani civil society organizations to promote the democratic participation of citizens in public debates, decision-making processes, and oversight of government functions. The project’s fundamental goal was to strengthen links between citizens and government to increase government transparency, ensure citizens’ inclusion in the planning of public resources, and increase the public’s trust in the government. It aimed at increased positive engagement between citizens and federal, provincial, and local government institutions on public policy, service delivery, and good governance.

Project Description

The major activity of the project was to analyze the impact of huge financial input on the primary education in rural districts of Sindh. Hyderabad, Badin, Sanghar, Jacobabad and Sanghar districts of Sindh were selected as sample. The project presented a financial analysis and publicized at the end.

Project Details

  • Supporter: USAID (CVP-II)
  • Date: August 06, 2012 to August 05, 2013
  • Category: Education & Governance
  • Location: Five districts, Sindh
  • Budget: Rs. 7,272,400/-
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