Pakistan Reading Project Gilgit-Baltistan 2013-2017

Metadata Updated: January 11, 2021

The Pakistan Reading Project (PRP) is a $165 million, seven-year initiative launched in July 2013 that aims to improve the quality of early grade reading instruction for 1.3 million public and private primary school students across Pakistan. The PRP implements activities through three main components: (1) improved classroom learning environment for reading, (2) improved policies and systems for reading, and (3) community-based support for reading. This data asset includes evaluation results from PRP activities implemented in Gilgit-Baltistan (GB).

The original project design included simultaneous implementation in all schools. However, through contract modifications, the project split its interventions into three cohorts: PRP Cohort 1&2, PRP Cohort 3, and Light Treatment. Datasets with names including "2013-2017 Baseline Midline" include baseline and midline data. For baseline-midline analyses, PRP Cohort 1&2 (2017) compares with Full Treatment (2013) and Light Treatment (2017) compares with Light Treatment (2013). PRP Cohort 3 (2017) is considered a baseline and the dataset's file name includes "2017 Baseline."

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Metadata Created Date December 3, 2020
Metadata Updated Date January 11, 2021

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Metadata Created Date December 3, 2020
Metadata Updated Date January 11, 2021
Publisher USAID
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Data First Published 2019-12-13
Language en
Data Last Modified 2019-11-01
Category Basic Education
Public Access Level public
Bureau Code 184:15
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