This research study delves into the impact of the Stipend Program on girls' education in public schools of Sindh, Pakistan. The Stipend Program aims to promote female enrollment and retention in schools by providing financial incentives to girls and their families. Through a comprehensive analysis of qualitative and quantitative data, the study examines the program's effectiveness in increasing girls' enrollment, attendance, and academic performance. Additionally, it explores the perceptions and experiences of the program's beneficiaries to gain insights into its overall efficacy and potential for enhancing gender equality in education. The findings of this research will contribute to the understanding of the Stipend Program's outcomes and inform future policies aimed at advancing girls' education in the region.
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