BISP 8171

BISP 8171 (Benazir Income Support Programme) in Pakistan encompasses a range of sub-programs designed to extend support across various segments of society. Among the notable sub-programs are:

1. Waseela-e-Taleem:

  • Objective: Boosting school enrollment and attendance among children from disadvantaged households.
  • Method: Providing financial assistance to families through The Educationist Hub CNIC, contingent upon regular school attendance by their children.

2. Waseela-e-Rozgar:

  • Objective: Offering employment opportunities to impoverished households.
  • Method: Provision of vocational training and small loans to facilitate income-generating activities.

3. Waseela-e-Sehat:

  • Objective: Enhancing the health outcomes of underprivileged households.
  • Method: Providing access to basic health services and emergency medical care via a health insurance scheme.

4. National Socio-Economic Registry (NSER):

  • Objective: Identification of the poorest households in Pakistan through a comprehensive survey.
  • Method: Collect data on income, assets, and other socioeconomic indicators to determine eligibility for BISP and other social safety net programs.

5. Emergency Cash Assistance (Ehsaas Emergency Cash):

  • Initiative: Launched in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Purpose: Offering immediate financial assistance to families impacted by the economic repercussions of the pandemic.

These sub-programs collectively reflect BISP’s commitment to addressing diverse needs within the population, spanning education, employment, health, and socioeconomic status, with a particular emphasis on responding to urgent crises like the COVID-19 pandemic.