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  1. ASER Pakistan A Citizen Led Accountability initiative

  2. ASER PAKISTAN 2010-2015 Engage Citizens – Assess Learning – Collect Evidence - Inform Citizens - Pushing for Action to Improve Learning Three fold objectives: • To get reliable estimates of the status of children’s schooling and basic learning (reading and arithmetic level)      • To measure the change in these basic learning and school statistics from last year • To interpret these results and use them to affect policy decisions at various levels.

  3. Citizens Response To Learning Challenges A South-South Initiative Conceptualized as a Citizens’ Social Movement Leading from the Front with Bold & Distributed Leadership Model

  4. The JUBA family spreading globally South Asia • India • Pakistan Mexico Mali Senegal Nigeria East Africa • Kenya • Uganda • Tanzania Nigeria is exploring options to join the JUBA family in 2014

  5. Methodology of Survey Sample: Rural: 600 households per district. Two-stage stratified sample;   30 Villages selected randomly using the village directory of the latest Census. The Probability Proportional to Size Sampling (PPS) technique adopted 20 households per village and in each village. 1 govt. and 1 private school are surveyed Urban : Primary Sampling Units – PBS Coverage : In all provinces i.e. Sindh, Balochistan, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, GilgitBaltistan, and FATA & AJK.- Rural Phase I : Year I 2010 – 32 districts across Pakistan Phase II: Year II 2011 – 85 districts across Pakistan (84 Rural + 3 Urban /2 overlap with rural districts) Phase III : 2012 – 142 across Pakistan (136 Rural + 6 Urban) 2013 – 151 across Pakistan (138 Rural + 13 Urban) 2014 – 155 across Pakistan (140 Rural + 15 Urban) 2015 – 160 across Pakistan (140 Rural + 20 Urban)

  6. SAMPLE DISTRIBUTION

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  8. Development Partners

  9. Field Partners

  10. PROCESS Civil society/Partners engagement at all levels IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY

  11. ASER ASSESSMENT TOOLS • ASER Assessment tools are prepared in following categories: • Reading (Urdu/Sindhi/Pashto) • Arithmetic • English Assessments are based on Class II level curriculum for English & Urdu/Sindhi/Pashto and Class III level for Arithmetic.

  12. Key Findings - ASER 2013 (Rural)

  13. ASER INFORMING OTHER PROGRAMS (NEW ACTIVITIES)

  14. Citizens’ Movement for Quality Education (CMQE) A S E R Annual Status of Education Report • Citizens’ Movement For Quality Education (CMQE) • Nationwide scalable campaigns triggered by evidence on quality and access • Alliances & Partnerships are at heart of ITA's work

  15. ASER Pakistan – Citizens on the Move …. Citizens Movement for Quality Education (CMQE) • Childrens ‘ Literature Festival - CLF • A movement to promote the culture of reading and creativity through a multi-sensory program –held across the country • ChaloParhoBarho - • let’s read and grow • Accelerated learning program - for out of school and in-school children at risk of dropping out due to learning gaps . • Learning 4 Access Program • Right to Education • Article 25 A • Free Compulsory Education For 5-16 years • 2 million signatures

  16. A story of partnerships and Citizen Participation Aser ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN

  17. ASER Advocacy Targets

  18. Communicating ASER: The Advocacy Model • Media Partners: • Newspaper • TV- campaigns Social Media • Face book • Twitter • Policy booklets • Friends of ASER • Presentations • Media Kits • Supported by regular media coverage both in Print & TV • GlobalInfluencing Post 2015 Agenda through LMTF, Advisory Board Meeting etc.

  19. Media Coverage

  20. Transforming Education Campaigns in Media • RTE: Youth Ambassadors. • ASERdata being used for their campaign “Zara Sochiyae” (Let Us Reflect) • Media Ambassadors (Fahd Hussain) • Media Trainings • Pakistan Education Heroes (Radio & Television Campaign)

  21. Politicians knocking on the doors Pakistani Elections 2013 Pledging & Taking Action for Education in their Constituencies - Political Mobilization through Education

  22. ASER’s IMPACT

  23. ASER Impact ASER Endorsements: • Endorsed by Chief Minister KPK; Education Minister AJK. • Politicians “Knocking for Education” – Ahsan Iqbal from PML-N. • As baseline data for multi-million dollar projects (DFID, USAID etc).

  24. ASER Endorsements - 2012 • AhsanIqbal

  25. ASER Impact • QUOTING ASER • Cited in key government documents e.g. • Economic Survey 2012, 2011 • Education sector plan Balochistan, Roadmap to Reform Education Program Punjab. • Cited in Political Parties’ Manifestos (PTI). • Shared with the legal community, Judges, Chief Justices etc. • Quoted by Michael Barber in ‘The Good News from Pakistan”.

  26. ASER Impact • Data used in various national and international universities and research institutes. These include: a. IDEAS b. PMIU c. University of Columbia Weblinks to ASER: • ASER has been linked to Planning Commission site, Ministry of Education Site and on other Research Institute data banks.

  27. ASER Endorsements - 2012 • AhsanIqbal

  28. ASER GLOBAL IMPACT • Global Impact: • Involvement with LMTF. • ASER part of Save the Children. • ASER part of Global Monitoring Report (2013-2014). • Featured on NORRAGNEWSBite. • Influencing the post 2015 development agenda and goal setting in regional and international meetings and consultations (CIES, UKFIET etc.)

  29. Future Plan • Do rounds to address governance through local mayors! • Organize teacher “katcheries or teacher courts” with teacher unions/associations; media and youth groups. • Incorporate areas such as food & nutrition, health and hygeine, social and emotional values, culture and arts, science and technology in the testing tools as suggested by LMTF.

  30. ASER INTERNSHIP Broad Activities: • Understand education landscape of Pakistan. • Field visits (Public & Pvt Sector) • Understanding ASER (tool development, survey methodology, statistical analysis, policy dialogues, communication strategy) • Conduct a research & training course with the help of ASER Team. • And also if anybody is interested in writing about ASER, the data is available for free on the website.

  31. THANK YOU!www.aserpakistan.orgsahar.sd@gmail.com