Social Audit and Devolution Baseline, 2002

In collaboration with the Government of Pakistan National Reconstruction Bureau, the 2001 ten district pilot project was extended to a national project covering all the districts in Pakistan. In 2002 some 47,000 additional households in the remaining 87 districts gave their views and experience of key public services and local government. Health and education services serving the sample sites were reviewed and union and district elected representatives and officials also gave their views. Field teams took back key findings to separate male and female focus groups in all the participating communities.
A copy of the report from the baseline is available from the library.

This CIDA-funded project also included work in one focus district, Lasbela, over four years. Four additional focus districts were later selected for concentrated evidence-based planning.

Household interview

Project undertaken with the financial support from the Government of Canada through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).