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stocktaking

the examination, counting, and valuing of goods on hand in a shop or business
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The stocktakes are held quarterly to review progress against the specific, measurable targets in education, health, water and clean cities.
LAHORE: The education and health stocktake meeting, organised by the Chief Minister's Special Monitoring Unit (SMU), was held on Thursday in which the Department for International Development (DFID) Managing Partner Sir Michael Barber briefed about the progress achieved on roadmaps in the recent years.Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif, who is on a London visit for his medical check-up, participated in the meeting through video link.
At the opening of the last stocktakes of the solid waste management and water sectors, renowned educationist Sir Michael Barbar said, 'Punjab is the leading example in the world where delivery and technology have been combined to improve service delivery.'
At the opening of the last stocktakes of the Solid Waste Management and Water sectors, renowned educationist Sir Michael Barbar said, 'Punjab is the leading example in the world where deliverology and technology have been combined to improve service delivery.' Head of DFID Pakistan Joanna Reid said, 'We must take the roadmap further and start to address the complex issues of solid waste and clean water.' During the stocktake, the achievements in the Clean Punjab Roadmap were highlighted.
This afternoon, I will make a statement to the National Assembly announcing the outcomes of the recent stocktake on Glastir.
Phil Twyford thanked the stocktakes authors; Alan Johnson of the Salvation Army, Otago Public Health Professor Philippa Howden-Chapman and economist Shamubeel Eaqub.
The unit has been working closely with the sector with the aim of facilitating improvements across the school system, completing stocktakes with local authorities at a regional consortia level.
EDUCATION Minister Leighton Andrews yesterday confirmed that the first round of school "stocktakes" has been completed.