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DFID – Perception Survey on Education Service Delivery in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The UK’s Department for International Development (DfID) is committed to improve education provisioning in Pakistan by getting four million children in schools by 2015. DFID’s support to education in KP will provide financial and technical support to the Government of KP (GoKP) for implementing its comprehensive education sector reforms plan (ESP). The ESP aims to increase the number of girls and boys who enrol in and successfully complete quality primary and secondary education. In order to enhance project design effectiveness, various researches are commissioned. DFID recruited Semiotics to conduct survey to gauge perception of the public with regard to public sector education. 

 

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES PROVIDED

This study required analysing supply side conditions; gauging demand side conditions; and aligning supply with demand for improved education delivery.  For demand side, the focus of the survey was on citizens’ (and thereby, households).  Accordingly, a sizeable sample of approximately 3,880 was conducted in 12 districts.  Parents’ conception, perception and views about the scale, quality and effectiveness of the education services provided to them were obtained.  Similarly, to analyse supply side, 144 Schools were visited and in-depth interviews of a Head teachers, a Teacher and a PTC Member were conducted in each of these schools.  In order to obtain further supply-side insights, district education officers were considered in this survey.  As a result, interviews of EDOs, DEOs male and female for these districts were also conducted.  Furthermore, in each of the selected districts, FGDs took place with community members and students.

In-depth interviews, focus group discussions, facilities surveys and report cards were analyzed, leading to pragmatic recommendations to help better align the supply of education delivery with citizens’ demands, particularly with the aim to make them more people-centred, inclusive and efficient.  



CLIENT:
Department For International Development (DFID)

FUNDING AGENCY:
Department For International Development

PRACTICE AREA:
Education and Training

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