What new programs are the government bringing in Ehsaas program in 2024
The government of Pakistan is planning to introduce several new programs under the Ehsaas program in 2024. These programs are designed to further expand the reach of the program and give fresh support to vulnerable homes.
Some of the new programs that are being considered include
Ehsaas Food Prints Program :
This program would give food prints to eligible heirs, which could be used to buy food at designated retailers. This would help to reduce food instability and ameliorate nutrition among vulnerable homes.
Ehsaas Housing Assistance Program :
This program would give fiscal backing to eligible heirs to help them purchase or make their own homes. This would help to ameliorate access to affordable casing and reduce homelessness.
Ehsaas Education Scholarship Program :
This program would give literacy to eligible scholars from low-income families to help them attend academy and pursue advanced education. This would help to ameliorate educational attainment and reduce poverty.
Ehsaas Skill Training Program :
This program would give chops training to eligible heirs to help them develop marketable chops and find employment. This would help to reduce severance and ameliorate ménage inflows.
Benazir Income Support Program, Block F, Pak Secretariat, Islamabad, Pakistan
Registration Document Required
CNIC, B-Forms, Mobile No, Gas/Electricity Bill, Home Rent Agreement if Available.
In addition to these new programs, the government is also considering expanding some of the being Ehsaas programs. For illustration, the government is considering adding the number of heirs of the Ehsaas Kafalat program, which provides cash transfers to low-income families. The government is also considering adding the quantum of plutocrats that heirs of the Ehsaas program admit.
The government has not yet blazoned the final details of the new Ehsaas programs for 2024. still, the government is committed to making the Ehsaas program more effective and inclusive, and the new programs are anticipated to profit millions of vulnerable homes in Pakistan.