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DFID in Pakistan winter update 2014/15

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In 2013-14, DFID’s programme was £253 million

EDUCATION

400,000 girls have received stipends to help them go to school since 2009.

36,000 classrooms will be constructed in Punjab and Khyber Paktunkhwa and 90,000 teachers trained.

GIRLS AND WOMEN

10,000 community midwives have been trained and over 70 midwife schools constructed or renovated since 2009.

35,000 women victims of violence have received counselling and legal aid. 555,750 women from the poorest families will receive financial support to buy food and medicine, and to help send their children to school.

JOBS AND GROWTH

1.23 million people will access microfinance loans to establish their own small businesses by end 2015.

Over 40,000 people will receive training in new marketable skills by end 2015.

3 million people will be able to access financial services from their mobile phones by end 2015.

HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE

2.7 million people have received assistance since the devastating floods in 2010. This Included emergency lifesaving aid; provision of floodresistant homes; seeds; and livestock.