The enrollment level is highest in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh, while Balochistan has recorded a decline. The PSLM also says that there has been improvement in health in the country as compared to 2014-15.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan
Food Security in Pakistan: A large number of people are facing food shortage in Pakistan. A survey by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) has done this, which has shown that 16.4 percent of the country’s families are experiencing moderate or severe food insecurity. According to the survey, many types of information have been collected to know about the data of food insecurity in Pakistan. Like how much nutritious food people are eating and how many times they have had to starve in the last 12 months. Pakistan news website Dawn has given information about this.
According to the report, 176,790 families living in rural and urban areas were included in the survey on education, health and food insecurity. According to the 2019-20 survey of Pakistan Social and Living Standards Measurement (PSLM), the people of Balochistan are facing the most moderate and deep food insecurity. In this case, their number is 29.84 percent of the total number. After this, 18.45 percent families in Sindh, 15.16 percent families in Punjab and 12.75 percent families in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are struggling with this problem.
Literacy rate stability
In the same survey, it has also been found that literacy rate among people aged 10 years and above is stable at 60 percent. Another Pakistan Newspaper Express Tribune report reported that the survey revealed information related to education, health, living, rural, urban, rural, urban areas, cleanliness, internet, displacement and food insecurity at the district level. is. Along with this, the level of new enrollment at primary, secondary and matriculation level in the provinces in education has either remained stable or has decreased.
Among all these levels, the enrollment level is highest in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh, while the decline has been recorded in Balochistan. The PSLM also says that there has been improvement in health in the country as compared to 2014-15. Recently, it was told by the data released by Pakistan that there has been more than expected economic progress (Pakistan Economic Growth During Covid). Pakistan’s economic growth rate has been recorded at 3.94 percent in the current financial year. At the same time, the economic growth rate in the last year 2019-20 was 0.47 percent.
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