The Pakistan Reading Project (PRP) was a $165 million, seven-year initiative launched in July of 2013. The project aimed to improve the quality of early grade reading instruction for 1.3 million public and private primary school students across Pakistan by focusing on three components…
The USAID Pakistan Reading Project (PRP) is a 7-year national basic education program implemented from 2013 to 2017 by the International Rescue Committee. The project was implemented in six districts: Azad Jammu Kashmir, Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, Islamabad Capital Territory, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Sindh (which is reported separately).
The goal of PRP was to improve the reading skills of children in Pakistan through improved access to quality education. PRP improved classroom learning environments, policies and systems, and community-based support for reading. This EGR Barometer data for PRP was collected in 2017, representing the midline (second) assessment.
|2017||2017 Sindh Reading Project (SRP), Midline Study||3, 5||EGRA|
|2013||2013 Pakistan Reading Project (PRP), Baseline Study||3, 5||EGRA|
|2013||2013 Sindh Reading Project (SRP), Baseline Study||3, 5||EGRA|
Oral reading fluency (ORF) is a measure of overall reading competence. Zero scores indicate the proportion of students who could not perform one task correctly.
Region: Azad Jammu Kashmir