In depth: Piloting service delivery innovations for education and healthcare in Pakistan

This briefing note explores innovative solutions to scale up the access to and quality of healthcare and education services.



  • Stephanie Allan

The provision of basic services in Pakistan has for a long time fallen short of acceptable international standards, with marginalised and vulnerable groups struggling to access basic health and education opportunities. As such, the country lags behind on a number of key social indicators: Pakistan ranks 23rd in the world for under-five deaths and, at 60%, has one of the world’s lowest literacy rates. 

This publication was co-authored by Usman Khan.

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