The United States Government through USAID is helping millions of Pakistani children and young adults rise as far as their hard work and initiative will take them. The United States and Pakistan place a priority on ensuring Pakistan has an educated population prepared for the 21st century workforce.
Over the past six years, USAID built or repaired over 1,000 schools across Pakistan.
In the past three years, USAID trained 20,500 teachers and school administrators.
Since October 2009, USAID has provided more than 15,400 scholarships, which include 7,354 for temporarily displaced students, to attend Pakistani institutions of higher education.
Improving Basic Education
Increasing Access to Basic Education
Cultivating a Culture of Higher Education
Last updated: August 25, 2016