Social and Technical Surveys for the School Construction and Rehabilitation Program (SCRP) - Phase II

Social and Technical Surveys for the School Construction and Rehabilitation Program (SCRP) - Phase II

Project Scope

The SCRP Programme aimed to provide quality infrastructure through both additional classrooms and, to a smaller extent, through addressing deficiencies in existing facilities subject to approvals from both the respective provincial governments and the local communities.


The ultimate objectives of the programme were to:


•           Improve enrolment, retention and attendance, with special focus on female education

•           Reduce the student dropout rate,

•           Facilitate upgrades and/or additions of missing facilities to improve the infrastructure of present schools,

•           Incubate a sense of ownership among PTCs and School Councils, the community and Education Officers,

•           Enhance the learning and teaching environment; and

•           Sustain the above to contribute towards Pakistan's achievement of the sustainable development goals, with a particular focus on Goal 4: to

•ensure inclusive and equitable quality education"



Services rendered by AiD under this activity involved performance of the following tasks:


•        Baseline surveys - quantitative and qualitative

•        Data on students' enrolments (gender-disaggregated)

•        Perceptions of the parents/ communities regarding schools' infrastructure

•        Focus Groups Discussions (FGDs) with key stakeholder

•        Satisfaction level of students and teachers with current learning environment

•        Periodic performance and impact assessment surveys

•        Monitoring and verification exercises, case studies/ success stories


Start Date: 

2015 to 2016

Approx. value of the contract: 

US$ 134,400


  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Name of Client: 

  • IMC Worldwide

Name of senior regular full time employees: 

  • Team Leader
  • Project Coordinator
  • Senior Civil Engineer
  • CAD Supervisor
  • District Supervisors
  • Field Engineers