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Implemented by
Supported by
Chalo Parrho Barrho
Chalo Parrho Barrho (CPB)-Let’s Read and
Grow is a learning enhancement campaign
mobilized and implemented by citizens in
response to the results of the Annual Status of
Education Report (ASER 2010).
ASER is also a citizen led learning survey
based on evidence gathered through ASER.
ASER 2010
• ASER 2010 survey was conducted in 32 rural
districts of Pakistan
• A total of 19,006 households were surveyed in
960 villages across 32 districts
• Information was collected on 54,062 children
ASER 2010- National
Learning Outcomes(6-16 years)
Children can read/do
Literacy
Numeracy
% of children
Simple Stories
34
Words but not Sentences
19
Alphabets but not words
17
Nothing
15
Division
25
Subtraction
44
Numbers 11-99
39
Numbers 1-10
16
Program Concept
The data revealed that a significant
percentage of children could not read nor do
even basic arithmetic. So, a program was
conceptualized whereby the main objective
would be to enhance learning levels(reading
and numeracy) of children of primary level
through citizens mobilization and action.
Program Concept
CPB
Identify
Children with
Low Learning
Levels
Unable to read
sentences both in
English and Urdu
properly
Unable to perform
basic arithmetic
operations
( Combined
activities for
maximized
learning –
CAMALMethodology)
Learning
Enhancement
classes
Duration 4 months
Improved
Learning
Levels of
Children
Goals of CPB
Children will be able to:
• Read alphabets, words, sentences and story
(English and Urdu)
• Comprehend word meaning, simple instructions,
and simple texts.
• Write correctly words, dictated sentences and selfconstructed sentences
• Recognize and understand numbers
• Do, say and write addition, subtraction & addition
problems
• Understand and use tables to solve multiplication
and division problems
First Baithak - March
(Community Meeting)
Four main concerns of the community:
• Low Learning Levels of Children in School
• Out of School Children
• Literacy program for mothers
• Early Childhood Education
ASER BAITHAK(Meetings)
Program Components
The program targets include:
• In-school children
Improve learning levels of enrolled children in grades 1-5,
who are risk of dropping out.
• Out of school children
Catch up learning program to bring out of school children to
a learning level where they can be mainstreamed into the
formal school system.
Program Characteristics
• Educated volunteers are recruited from the
targeted villages to conduct CPB Classes
• Volunteers are trained in CAMAL methodology
• At least 2 volunteers per village
• Duration: 20 weeks
• Each milestone is overseen by the citizens of
the locality
CPB Program - Team Design
Local Community
Local Community
Activists/Volunteers
ITA Field Teams and Govt.
District Education Officers
Remained active partners
Research and
M&E Team
Provincial and National
Advocacy/Policy Analysts
Targeted Community
Pilot Phase
Targeted Villages In the Pilot Phase
• Rawani –Multan district
•Wahid Buksh Lar-Rahim Yar Khan
100% Household Survey
100% Household
Data-Rawani
463
245
100% Household DataWahid Buksh Lar
604
326
218
278
56
162
22
66
212
19
% who can read alphabets-Urdu
22
10
% who can read Sentences-English
14
19
% who can read alphabets-English
11
9
% who can do subtraction
% who can recognize numbers 11-99
12
18
8
12
Total Children (3-16 yrs)
Enrolled In School
Out of School
Drop Out
Never Enrolled
% who can read story-Urdu
CBP Program Steps
1. ASER Survey
2. ASER Baithaks (Community Meeting) for presenting
ASER results
3. 100% household survey of the targeted villages to get
information on
•Out of school children of primary school going ages (drop
outs and never enrolled)
•Enrolled Children
•Adolescent children (12-16 yrs) who are OOSC
•Learning Assessment of the children
4. Intervention
•Training in CAMAL Methodology
•CPB Classes
Continued…
CBP Steps
5. Baseline Learning Assessment
6. Midterm Assessment
7. Baithak (Community Meeting) to share progress
details and deal with any concerns and issues so far.
8. Final Assessment
9. Going back to the community with results of the
intervention in an open large gathering – sharing and
acknowledging action
10.Dissemination of the program report to government
official and policy analysts- advocacy for a citizen led
campaign taking action on the basis of evidence
Training Workshop
(Multan)
Assessment Results
Reading-Urdu
50%
45%
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
43%
36%
33%
28%
27%
26%
21%
15%
14%
16% 17%
12%
9%
1% 1%
Nothing
Letter
Baseline
Word
Midterm
Sentences
Final
Story
Assessment ResultsUrdu Reading
40%
50%
36%
40%
30%
33%
35%
25%
30%
21%
20%
15%
43%
45%
35%
25%
16%
15%
12%
10%
20%
14%
15%
9%
10%
5%
5%
0%
0%
Baseline
1%
Final
Assessment Results
Reading-English
60%
50%
50%
44%
40%
30%
20%
36%
35% 36%
26%
18%
18%
14%
13%
10%
3%
6%
1%
0% 0%
0%
Nothing
Letter
Baseline
Word
Midterm
Sentences
Final
Story
Assessment ResultsEnglish Reading
60%
40%
50%
50%
36%
36%
35%
30%
40%
25%
30%
20%
20%
26%
15%
18%
14%
13%
10%
10%
6%
5%
0%
0%
Baseline
1%
0%
Final
CPB Class Pictures
Assessment Results
Mathematics
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
36%
22%
24%
23%
11%
7%
2% 1%
26%
19%
15%
13%
12%
11%
26%
18%
15%
10%
1%
Baseline
7%
1%
Midterm
Final
Assessment ResultsMathematics
40%
30%
36%
26%
35%
25%
23%
30%
25%
22%
20%
15%
13%
15%
10%
19%
20%
12%
10%
11% 10%
7%
5%
5%
1%
1%
0%
1%
0%
Baseline
Final
18%
School Enrolment
Village
School
Enrolment
April 2011
Enrolment
June 2011
% Increase in
Enrolment
Rawani
Girls Elementary
School
191
269
41%
Rawani
Boys
Primary
School
160
210
31%
Out of a total of 218 children who were out of school in
Rawani, 128 were enrolled i.e. 59% of the out of school
population was enrolled during the regular school
timings. Another 60 were enrolled in the catch up
afternoon program making it a total of 188 (86 % )with
30 remaining out of school in 12 weeks!
School Enrolment
Village
School
Enrolment April
2011
Enrolment
June 2011
% Increase in
Enrolment
Wahid
Buksh Lar
Girls Primary
School
82
129
57%
Wahid
Buksh Lar
Boys Primary
School
145
165
14%
Out of a total of 278 children out of school in Wahid
Buksh Lar, 67 were enrolled i.e. 24% of the out of
school population was enrolled during the regular
school timings. Another 95 were enrolled in the catch
up afternoon program making it a total of 162 (58 % )
with another 116 remaining out of school in 12 weeks!
CBP Beneficiaries
Pilot Phase
Out of
No. of In-School
School
children in CPB Children in
classes
CPB catch(at risk children) up Classes
District
Village
School
Multan
Rawani
Govt. Boys
Primary School
74
Multan
Rawani
74
Rahim Yar
Khan
Wahid Buksh
Lar
Govt. Girls
Elementary
School
Govt. Boys
Primary School
Rahim Yar
Khan
Wahid Buksh
Lar (WBL)
Govt. Girls
Primary School
39
60
31
95
Results of the Pilot
• Intended /Planned Outcomes
– Accelerated learning levels for both in-school and out of
school children
– Children up to the mark to be mainstreamed after the
Summer Vacations
– Teachers also learn the methodology aligned to their
syllabus
• Un-Intended Consequences
– Accelerated enrollment levels due to timely HH survey
and beginning of school year
– Head Teachers became conscious of their duties and using
resources for children’s benefits : fans, drinking water,
repairs
DCO Multan Formally Giving the Go Ahead
For CPB August 2011
Future Plans
The program will be scaled up to an entire District
or Sub-district in September 2011!
Multan District Education Officers keen to
support the campaign and requested to target
Jalalpur Pirwala
A fundraising drive has begun raising an amount
of Rs. 500 per children ( US $ 6 or UK Sterling 4 or
Euro 4) for the 20 week campaign!
Challenge remains sustainability of citizen
motivation and vigilance for access and learning
gains…..
Acknowledgements
• Foundation Open Society Institute
(FOSI)
• Pratham
• Department of Schools Multan.
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