Sindh Education Reform Technical Assistance programme - a group of Indian school children clapping
Children talking and laughing ©

British Council International Inspiration: photographer Warrick Page

Clients European Union
Value €5.1 million
2013 to 2018
Country Pakistan

Through the Technical Assistance to the Sindh Education Sector Programme we support the Government of Sindh with the ongoing development of the province’s education sector.

The programme builds on the success of its predecessor programme, the Technical Assistance to the Sindh Education Reform Programme, which the British Council delivered from 2007 to 2012. 

Increasing efficiency in public spending

Future public spending strategies for the education sector are being designed, based on an in-depth review of key departments and existing practices and budgeting processes.

Implementing a school consolidation plan

Through a census of schools in the province, a set of school standards is being developed to help improve the overall quality of schools. 

Improving the quality of education

Enhancements at the school, district and province levels are helping to improve the quality of education. These include developing professional standards, improving teacher development and assessment, developing better quality resources for the classroom, and encouraging the development of ‘lead’ teachers who can advise and support others.