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SCSPEB entered into partnership with UNESCO under Girls Right to Education Project in Ziarat and Jaffarabad Districts.                                   SCSPEB entered into partnership with Catholic Relief Services under Education Livelihood and Protection (ELP) Project (Education Component) for Quetta district.                                   Sports Competitions held under “Improving Reading Skills among Children at Primary Level Project under USAID Small Grant in Quetta. Honourable Mr. Tahir Mehmood, Member Provincial Assembly chaired the event.                                   Reading Competitions held under “Improving Reading Skills among Children at Primary Level Project under USAID Small Grant.                                   SCSPEB hosted meeting of District Education Coordination Committee, Quetta District, held on 9th September, 2016 at SCSPEB Office. The meeting was chaired by honourable Mr. Nasarullah Khan Zeray, Member Provincial Assembly.                                   SCSPEB participated in 9th meeting of Local Education Group arranged Education Department.                                   Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development (MOP & HRD) jointly with Complete Human Resource Solution (CHRS) and SCSPEB arranged a Consultative Session on “Future of Work” at SCSPEB Office Quetta.

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Achievements

Quantitative

   Established Community Support Process Schools 1550
   Introduction of ECE Classes 147 schools
   Community Girls Middle Schools (CGMS) 10
   Up-gradation from Primary to Middle 10
   Up-gradation from Middle to High 4
   Provision of Missing Facilities 900 Schools
   Formal Groups Organized 3300 (app)
   PTSMCs 5000
   Girls Enrollment 200,000 +
   Home Schools 17
   Fellowship schools in urban/rural 69
   Water and Sanitation Facilities 250 Schools, 12000 Beneficiaries
   Teachers Trained 10,000+
   Adult Literacy 5000+
   Afghan Refugees Camp Schools 69 (18 continued)

Qualitative

   Literacy Ratio for Females in Rural Balochistan ( 1992 to 1998) 1.5% to 9.8%
   No. of Girls Schools increased (1992-2012) 746-----3362
   Girls Enrolment increased (1992-2012) 82000------405989
   Members of WVEC sensitized and participated at Cluster Level Trainings
   Demand of Female Education raised
   Merit based teacher appointment was introduced which was demonstrated by appointing
      2000 female teachers.
   Development and launching of ECE Province and 7 Districts plan at provincial Level.
   Facilitated Education Department in revisiion of teachers service rules
   Advocacy for regularization of 53 CGMS teachers and 107 RCC-ECE teachers by Govt. of Balochistan.
   Assisted Education Department Govt. of Balochistan in development and finalization of Balochistan
      Education Sector Plan (BESP).