Our work aims to assess and analyse implementation processes, factors contributing to scale and emerging outcomes from the innovations to develop scalable education initiatives for refugees and displaced communities.
Developing innovative delivery of public services that can be scaled-up and replicated across Pakistan.
We led the performance evaluation of the Punjab Education Sector Programme to assess improvements made and identify lessons for future programmes in education system performance.
Food fortification is an important strategy to address micronutrient deficiency among women and children. Our independent evaluation informs FCDO and the Government of Pakistan about the programme’s progress and results.
We are analysing and informing the implementation of one of the largest health insurance schemes for the poor in Pakistan.
This project aims to improve public financial management (PFM) processes for the Federal Government and the provincial governments of Sindh and Balochistan.
This project is helping mainstream climate change resilience measures within budgetary planning and policymaking across South Asia.
We acted as a Third Party Monitor Agent for five projects.
The Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) is Pakistan’s flagship social protection programme, targeted at the poorest households across 149 districts in Pakistan.
Across Punjab, Sindh, the North West Frontier Province, and Balochistan