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PM formally launches Ehsaas Kafaalat Programme for poor women

31 January, 2020 03:43

PM formally launches Ehsaas Kafaalat Programme for poor women today in Islamabad.

The programme aims at socio-economic empowerment of the poor women.
Prime Minister Imran Khan will formally launch the programme.

PM formally launches Ehsaas Kafaalat Programme

The government will pay Rs 2000 rupees per month stipend to the most deserving and poorest women across the country through a digital payment system.
Under the programme, the authorities have claimed transparent mechanism for said monthly payment.
All existing eligible beneficiaries of the Benazir Income Support Programme will continue but as per Ehsaas Kafaalat programme.
Around 7 million women will benefit from Kafaalat programme.
Enrolments of one million families in 70 districts have already begun.
These families will start receiving Kafaalat stipends from next two months.
More beneficiary families will be added through desk registration and other districts will be covered by end of the year.
Kafaalat is part of the wider Ehsaas programme, where women will have better access to opportunities to graduate themselves out of poverty.
The government of Pakistan has started ehsas kafalat program in Pakistan for deserved people.
PM ehsaas program online registration begins at the designated centers in all districts of Pakistan.
The eligible for ahasas program packages will get kafalat card. They can apply in ehsas kafalat program benefits through NADRA Registration centers.
Online details of district Ehsaas Registration center remain available on
People may also visit the official website of Benazir Incom Support Program
you can obtain ihsas kafalat programe forms from your district Ehsaas Registration center and get the full list of bisp ehsas registration centers from the given link

this Program is another important step of the government’s welfare state, under which monthly stipends of Rs.2000 / – will be given to 7 million deserving poor women across the country. And the eligible woman will get a savings account.

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