New report highlights Balochistan’s progress in improving education and the challenges that remain

|Source: Daily Times |
Umair, reads from a book in the classroom. Pakistan. Credit:

The recently released report: “Five years of education reforms in Balochistan: wins, losses and challenges for 2018-2023” highlights the improvements this region has made in improving access and the quality of education, and highlights that more than 1200 teachers were recruited under the GPE-funded program in an effort to improve learning outcomes. However, despite these improvements, several challenges remain including ensuring the barriers to girls' education are overcome and the number of out-of-school children is reduced.   

Read the article on the Daily Times 

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