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> PILDAT releases Expertsí Analysis on the Quality of Governance across Pakistanís Federal and Provincial Governments, June 1, 2013 Ė May 31, 2014.

October 10, 2014

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October 10: As public focus shifts from the establishment of democracy to what democracy has delivered to the people of Pakistan, PILDAT releases Expertís Analysis on the Quality of Governance. This book presents an analysis by eminent experts on some of the core indicators on the Quality of Governance across National and Provincial Governments.


On a scientific basis, a programme on data collection of key performance indicators has already been undertaken at PILDAT based on which a PILDAT Report on Quality of Governance during 1st Year of National and Provincial Governments will be released towards the end of 2014.


The Expertís Analysis covers Quality of Governance in the following areas: Peace, Stability & Order (Internal Security); Poverty Alleviation; National Defence; Foreign Policy Management; Education; Health Care and Immunization. This collection of Experts' Assessments is part of PILDAT's new initiative of Assessment of Quality of Governance in Pakistan. The objective of the Governance Assessment process is not to finger point at any particular Government but to assist elected political Governments at the Centre and the Provinces to improve their Quality of Governance; Anti-Corruption; Energy Production and Management; Performance of Regulatory Bodies; Investment Friendliness; Tax Collection; Management of Inflation; Management of Unemployment; Devolution of Powers to the Lower Tiers; Water Resources Development & Management; Environmental Sustainability; Disaster Preparedness & Management and Clean, Efficient and Economic Public Procurement.


PILDAT gratefully acknowledges the valuable contributions of eminent experts in shaping the analyses. We are especially grateful to experts including (names in alphabetical order by first name) Mr. Abdullah Yusuf, Chairman Independent Power Producers Advisory Council (IPPAC), Former Chairman FBR; Mr. Ahmed Rafay Alam, Lawyer, Vice-President Pakistan Environmental Law Association, Director Lahore Waste Management Company; Mr. Arshad Abbasi, Advisor Energy and Water Unit, Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI); Mr. Arshad Saeed Khan, Former Education Specialist, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); Dr. Hafiz A. Pasha, Managing Director Institute for Policy Reforms, Professor Lahore School of Economics & Beaconhouse National University, Former Advisor to the Prime Minister; Mr. Mohammad Feyyaz, Peace & Security Researcher; Mr. Mussadiq Abbasi, Former Director General National Accountability Bureau (NAB); Dr. Tariq Hassan, Senior Lawyer & Former Chairman Securities and Exchange Commission Pakistan (SECP); Mr. Salman Bashir, Former Foreign Secretary of Pakistan; Mr. Shamsul Mulk, Former Caretaker Chief Minister, Former Chairman WAPDA; Dr. Shoaib Suddle, Former Federal Tax Ombudsman; Former I.G Police; Mr. Zafar Iqbal Qadir, Former Chairman National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and Dr. Zaighum Habib, Consultant for Water Resources and Environment.


The Expertsí Compilation has been prepared by PILDAT as part of the project Supporting Monitoring of Democracy, Electoral Reforms and Development of Youth in Pakistan, which is supported by Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), Government of Denmark.