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Advancing the capacity of Pakistan’s higher education institutions
and systems to develop employable graduates.

Join our Higher Education Partners in supporting Pakistan Flood Relief

Read More USAID’s HESSA Higher Education Institutions are responding to the urgent humanitarian need for flood relief in Pakistan. Below ...
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HESSA Delegation Visits NUTECH

Higher Education System Strengthening Activity (HESSA) is a project of University of Utah (UU) supported by USAID. It aims at ...
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International Summit Higher Education and Workforce Development in the 21st Century

30 November - 2 December 2022   |   Marriott Hotel, Islamabad ***All sessions will be streamed live, revisit summit page for ...
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ABOUT HESSA

The Higher Education System Strengthening Activity (HESSA) exists to address Pakistan’s mismatch in supply and demand of workforce development.

Launched in 2021, the five-year project will increase the employability of the Pakistani workforce through trainings to improve Higher Education graduate capacity, relevance, adequacy, and inclusivity.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

  • The ecosystem drives excellence
  • Quality is worth more than quantity
  • Learn from indigenous models
  • Create policy for performance
  • Workforce development prepares good citizens

Learn more about the focus of HESSA’s technical assistance

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This program is made possible by the support of the United States Government and the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the sole responsibility of the University of Utah and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the U.S. Government.

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