KARACHI – The European Union's funded Sindh Education Reform, Technical Assistance project, (SER-TA) managed by the British Council, was completed and handed over to the Government of Sindh at a ceremony here. This €4.6 million project has contributed to the eradication and alleviation of poverty throughout the province, through accelerating progress and reforms in achieving its goal of “Education for All”. SER-TA came into being in December 2006 after the Government of Pakistan and European Commission signed the Sindh Education Plan Support programme, says a press release. Since its inception, the SER-TA project has aimed to improve capacity at the school, district and provincial level in Sindh. It has aimed to support the delivery of quality elementary education services in an equitable way.