|Title||The quantitative impact of armed conflict on education in Pakistan: counting the human and financial costs|
This case study accompanies the report The quantitative impact of armed conflict on education:
counting the human and financial costs commissioned by Protecting Education in Insecurity
and Conflict (PEIC), part of the Education Above All Foundation. It is one of three country case
studies conducted for this research. The other case study countries are the Democratic Republic
of the Congo and Nigeria.
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