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Pakistan Annual Program Performance Report 2011
This report assesses the bilateral aid program’s progress towards meeting Australia’s aid objectives in Pakistan. This is the third annual program performance report (APPR) completed for the Pakistan program.
This report summarises progress during 2011 towards the objectives of the Australian aid program to Pakistan. Australia’s aid program in Pakistan is guided by the Australia–Pakistan Development Partnership, signed by the foreign ministers of both countries in October 2011. The overall objective of Australia’s aid program is to work with the Government of Pakistan towards maintaining a stable secure and democratic country through broad-based social and economic development and poverty reduction in line with the Millennium Development Goals.
Australia’s primary goals in Pakistan are:
- saving lives—improving health and reducing malnutrition for women and children
- promoting opportunities for all—improving the quality of, and access to, education for boys and girls
- sustainable economic development—through increasing agricultural productivity and improving rural livelihoods.
Secondary goals are:
- effective governance—supporting democratic institutions and processes
- humanitarian and disaster response—responding effectively to humanitarian disasters and improving disaster risk reduction practices.
In 2011–12, Australia provided an estimated $95.3 million in total ODA to Pakistan. The report identifies a number of challenges to the Australian aid program in Pakistan resulting from the country’s complex and insecure operating environment
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Last reviewed: 15 December, 2012