Islamabad: The US has announced to spend 19 million dollars in the education sector in Pakistan.
According to the news organizations, the efficiency of the universities will be increased through the program and employment opportunities will be created for the graduating students. In this regard, the American organization organized a strategic dialogue on the subject of higher education in which the chairman H.E. C and vice chancellors of Pakistani universities participated. At the dialogue, higher education leadership shared their experiences in improving educational standards. USAID Director of Education Office Annie Flecker said that our commitment will help lay the foundations for continued economic growth in Pakistan. America has announced support for improving the quality of education.
He said that 19 million dollars spent by the American organization USAID. Under the 5-year program, not only the capacity of the universities increased, but also employment opportunities created for the graduates. The funding will improve leadership, governance and management in Pakistani universities.