Launch of Final Impact Evaluation Report 17-January 2017

BISP includes an evaluation component as well so the Government of Pakistan had contracted Oxford Policy Management (OPM) to undertake a rigorous evaluation of the programme’s impact. OPM was hired in March 2013 to conduct three follow-up surveys in 2013, 14 and 16 respectively to complete the Impact Evaluation of BISP. The results were compared with the baseline conducted in 2011. In addition, the assignment also included a baseline survey and a follow-up rounds in four districts of the Waseela-e-Taleem (WeT).

This impact evaluation is an effective tool to inform and educate stakeholders and wider audience of BISP’s socio-economic impact on the lives of its beneficiaries and enable lessons to be drawn to improve future practice and policy. Accordingly, BISP has organized a media event to unveil and showcase the key findings of the report for a cross-section of stakeholders to solicit awareness, broader ownership and support for its mandate as well as manage expectations.

Policy Brief

President Speech

Chairperson’s Speech

Impact Evaluation Report (Final)

Evaluation of the Waseela-e-Taleem Conditional Cash Transfer Programme 2016

How has the welfare of BISP beneficiary trends changed over time?

Oxford Policy Management(OPM) Presentation