Sir Michael Barber's independent report says Ehsaas represents a shift from politics of patronage to politics of performance.

ISLAMABAD -- The Ehsaas programme - Prime Minister Imran Khan's flagship poverty alleviation initiative -is already delivering positive change for the people of Pakistan and has laid the foundations to become a global model for reducing poverty. This is a key message of a new and independent report published today by Delivery Associates, a globally respected firm that works with governments across the world to achieve measurable developmental impact. The Ehsaas report is penned by Sir Michael Barber who is the Chairman and Founder of Delivery Associates. He is one of the world's leading education reformers, and from 2001 to 2005 was Chief Advisor on Delivery to Prime Minister Tony Blair. In a press conference jointly hosted by Poverty Alleviation and Social Safety Division and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MOIB) Pakistan today, Sir Michael Barber connected virtually from UK to unveil the Ehsaas report together with SAPM Dr. Sania Nishtar and Federal Minister for MOIB, Shibli Faraz.

The report, entitled, 'The Ehsaas Programme: Shift from politics of patronage to politics of performance', analyses the first year of the Government'sflagship programme...

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