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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Social Action Programme In Pakistan

Social Action Programme in Pakistan

The Social Action Programme (SAP) a multi - sectional approach with an aim to correct the poor status of the social sector --as launched in 1992 - 93. It was transformed into a five year time horizon, with a total allocation of $8 billion or Rs. 206.623 billion and was included in the Eight Five year plan (1993 _ 98). Of this allocation. Rs-102.423 billion were planned for development and Rs. 104.2 billion for recurrent expenditure. In the first phase of SAP (1993 - 96), an out lay of Rs. 127.4 billion was earmarked. In order to make the programme manageable, SAP was given a tight definition designed to address basic social sector services. The focus of the programme was on the provision of basic service to most vulnerableof marginalised group of society, e.g. female education, infants are and unreached rural inhabitants in the five sub-sectors of primary Education, Primary Health Care, Nutrition Population Welfare and Rural Water Supply & Sanitation.
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The SAP phase-I was supported by four donors i.e. the WBADA,ADB4ODA of UK and Netherlands Government, Overall planned investment size of the SAPP-I was Rs 127. 4 billion and actual outlay aggregated at Rs 106.3 billion, indicating utilization of 83.4%. 

Encouraged with the success of SAPP-I, the SAPP-H (1997-2002) has been formulated. The SAPP-II reforms package, will focus on consolidation of SAP sector services rather than their expansion excepting some additional components in education (middle schooling, technical / teacher training non formal education etc) and health sector ( Tehsil / district headquarter hospitals, Tuberculoses and nutrition etc), massive decentralization of administration and financial powers down to Tehsil levels, CBOs, NGOs, and private sector participation and strengthening of institutional arrangements for better. 

The investment size of SAP-II has been set at Rs. 494.8 billion, with development financing share of Rs. 163.0 billion and non- - development Rs. 335.8 billion. With the targets set for SAPP-II, it is expected that Pakistan would be able to improve human development and lay foundation for sustainable economic development and growth, so as to enter in the 21st century, as a literate nation.



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