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New Updates For New Payments Under BISP EHSAAS

Are you aware of the new payment dates under the BISP Emergency Cash Program? This scheme is one of the region’s largest social cash transfer programs, and it started today!

For details, visit the official website. Or, call the helpline for more information. There are some important details that you should know before registering. Here are some of them:

BISP is one of the largest social cash transfer programs in the region

BISP is one of the largest social programs in the region and is currently being evaluated to determine how it impacts women’s vulnerable employment and consumption.

Independent evaluations of the program have shown that it positively impacts household poverty and consumption levels and has increased labor supply and gender equality. In addition, there are several ways the program can improve women’s lives.

The following are some of the most significant outcomes of BISP. BISP has two parts: an unconditional cash transfer component and a conditional cash component aimed at improving the education and health of beneficiaries’ children.

There are also many complementary initiatives to enhance the program’s pro-poor targeting and distribution of services. In total, BISP has disbursed Rs 563 billion to 5.6 million households, which is approximately seventeen percent of the country’s population. As a result,  BISP claims credit for reducing poverty by seven percent.

BISP is supported by the World Bank’s Social Safety Net Project. Since 2009, the World Bank has been assisting the government in developing modern service delivery systems that will help it reach a large portion of the poorest residents and deliver benefit transfers. In addition, BISP has been supported by a $100 million follow-up National SP Program to consolidate the gains made so far.

BISP Emergency Cash Program payments started today

In April, the ECC approved an additional budget of Rs26.4 billion to finance BISP’s emergency cash assistance scheme, known as EEC. The scheme was aimed at alleviating the impact of COVID-19 on the country’s poor and most vulnerable segments.

A total of 17 million families qualified for EEC assistance, and a further 1.5 million became regular beneficiaries. BISP disbursed Rs12.8 billion through its partner’s banks during the fiscal year. The government has commissioned more than 17,000 payment centers across the country, including villages.

The Ehsaas Emergency Cash Program will distribute Rs. 12,000 to people in need. In addition to the payments, the government has also launched an official Twitter handle. It will help beneficiaries and provide details on how to claim emergency cash.

The scheme also includes a helpline. The government hopes to increase the number of beneficiaries by distributing the funds. The emergency cash program’s conditional components are Nashonuma and Waseela-e-Taleem.

They require recipients to change their health and educational habits to receive the payments. In addition, the Unconditional Cash Transfer component, formerly known as Kifalat, is designed to encourage beneficiaries to start saving money. As part of this scheme, the government will match savings made by the recipients.

BISP ehsaas helpline

If you are a beneficiary of the Emergency Cash Program, you can call the helpline for more information. In addition, the government is establishing over 17,000 payment centers in the country. The helpline is open from 9 am to 5 pm and is staffed by qualified counselors. It would help if you did not wait for the payments to be made before you call. The helpline is staffed by qualified counselors who can answer all your questions.

If you’re new to the program, call the helpline to ensure your account is active and available. There are two ways to check if you’re eligible for Ehsaas payments. First, you can send your CNIC number to the 8171 SMS service. Only genuine Kafaalat messages will be sent to this phone number. If you receive any messages that are not legitimate, contact the BISP helpline on 080026477. Second, if you’re a beneficiary of Ehsaas Kafaalat, you can call the BISP Helpline to check if you’re eligible for it.

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