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March 13, 2015

The Teacher Education Project (TEP) is a nationwide program to standardize and improve the quality of pre­service and continuing teacher education and training. The project works in close partnership with the federal and provincial governments, the Higher Education Commission, provincial Departments of Education, 23 universities, and 79

teacher colleges to plan and coordinate teacher training. TEP uses a combination of technical assistance, grants, scholarships, infrastructure development, and study tours to improve the skills of faculty and administrators. The project

is also working to continuously improve the training curriculum.\

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March 13, 2015

The Pakistan­U.S. Science and Technology Cooperation Program is increasing cooperation in science, technology, engineering, and education for mutual benefit and peaceful purposes in both the countries. This program is co­sponsored by USAID and the Department of State and is implemented by the U.S. National Academy of Sciences. The

March 13, 2015

The Higher Education Commission (HEC) Support Program is helping Pakistani society recover from humanitarian and economic crises by strengthening the country's university system. The program is not only providing budgetary support to universities in conflict­affected areas but is also making available state­of­the­art laboratory equipment to improve the quality of research and instruction in areas critical to Pakistan's economic and social development.

March 13, 2015
The Dairy Project seeks to boost the incomes of small dairy in Punjab by offering training in best practices in dairy farming. Trainees are introduced to techniques and
resources that help improve milk yields and livestock management and also receive basic equipment . The project promotes linkages between small dairy farmers and
suppliers, service providers (including financial service providers), and higher­end markets.
 
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Last updated: March 16, 2015

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