Previous Programs

Punjab Resource Management Program-I (PRMP-1)

As one of the subprograms of PRMP-I, the goal was to support the reform process by improving fiscal and financial governance and public service delivery leading to poverty reduction in Punjab. View details...

Punjab Government Efficiency Improvement Program (PGEIP)

The Punjab Government Efficiency Improvement Program (PGEIP) had been initiated by the Government of Punjab (GoPb) with the assistance of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) as a comprehensive reform package with an aim to strengthen provincial finances, institutional development, result based management and incentive mechanisms for public service delivery. The program particular emphasises pro-poor sectors and the creation of an enabling environment for private sector development to make it an engine of growth for the economy. View details...

Public Sector Capacity Building Program (PSCBP I, II, III)

The World Bank funded Public Sector Capacity Building Project (PSCBP) with a total outlay of USD$61 million. The program was financed from an amount of USD$2 million allocated by the Federal Government to the Government of Punjab out of the total outlay of USD$61 million provided by the World Bank for PSCBP. A further USD$1 million was committed by the Government of Punjab as counterpart fund. The PC-1 was approved at the cost of PKR 180 million [USD$3 million at the rate of PKR 60] out of which USD$2 million was funded by the World Bank and USD$1 million was provided by Government of Punjab. The umbrella project named Public Sector Capacity Building Project (PSCBP) completed on November 30, 2009. View details...

Sub-National Governance (SNG) Programme 

The Sub-National Governance (SNG) programme, a 5-year DFID funded initiative, was specifically designed to improve the Pakistan provincial government’s capacity to respond more efficiently and effectively to the public service needs of the local communities. The programme’s primary areas of focus included, implementation of governance policies, efficient public financial management and investment in innovations in governance to improve the access to and satisfaction with the basic public services. The initiative incorporated an iterative and collaborative approach, which encouraged participation and feedback from a range of stakeholders to help achieve relevant and effective results. View details...