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As part of the Global Out-Of-School Children Initiative, two comprehensive reports on the status of out-of-school children in Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) and Pakistan Administered Kashmir (AJK) were completed for the first time in Pakistan in support of relevant government education departments to support evidence-based planning and fill data gaps. The reports offer a comprehensive overview of out-of-school children as well as an understanding of education exclusion. These research reports have been launched and disseminated in GB and AJK. Out of School Children in Gilgit-Baltistan Fact Sheet 

The facts sheet contain key findings and recommendations from the survey report.

The facts sheet contain key findings and recommendations from the survey report.

This study is based on a comprehensive secondary data review and a survey of the main 40 ALP providers in four provinces and FATA. 

The fact sheets contains key findings and recommendations from the ALP report.

The report uses SEE as an education planning and programming tool to provide a situation analysis and scenarios with pro-equity school interventions to address inequity and school exclusion in the most marginalized and excluded areas of Balochistan. 

8. Simulations for Equity in Education (SEE) Balochistan Model Factsheet
The fact sheet contains summary of the SEE report. The report uses SEE as an education planning and programming tool to provide a situation analysis and scenarios with pro-equity school interventions to address inequity and school exclusion in the most marginalized and excluded areas of Balochistan. 

The booklet captures significant contributions of the Social Cohesion and Resilience (SCR) Programme (Globally known as Peacebuilding, education and advocacy programme (PBEA) to social cohesion through education in Pakistan. The overall goal of the programme is to strengthen social cohesion and resilience through education interventions, including education policies and practices, primarily targeting beneficiaries at risk of, currently experiencing or recovering from, insecurity. The target population is children and youth (ages 5-18)-particularly  vulnerable out-of- school children, girls and marginalized populations living in insecure and hard-to- reach areas.
 
This brief summarizes the results from UNICEF Pakistan’s Social Cohesion and Resilience (SCR) programme, implemented from 2012 to 2016 as part of UNICEF’s global Learning for Peace programme. It builds on an earlier study, Social Cohesion of Children and Youth in Pakistan, from the same programme. The study was conducted by Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in collaboration with UNICEF Pakistan. It contributes to the wealth of knowledge and evidence generated under the Learning for Peace programme and intends to deepen understanding about the relationship between education and social cohesion in Pakistan. The report benefitted from the insights of children, adolescents, women, and men living across Pakistan. 

 

 
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