BISP's main initiative is the Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) programme, commonly referred to as the 'Benazir Kafaalat Programme'. It was first launched in 2008. The UCT/Kafaalat initiative has expanded so much since its inception that it is now the largest cash transfer program in Pakistan.

The short-term goal of the program was to protect the poor, especially women, from the negative consequences of inflation, food crises and weak economic growth by providing financial support to qualified families. The long-term goals of the program were to empower women and end severe and chronic poverty, as outlined in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Objectives of the program Benazir Kafalat

The Pakistani government introduced the Benazir Kafalat Program, a social welfare program, in 2014. The program aims to provide financial support to the most vulnerable and disadvantaged households in Pakistan. This post will go over the program objectives, eligibility requirements, rewards, CNIC Benazir Kafalat program verification and how to apply.

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Benazir Kafalat program success

Approximately 9 million families receive financial assistance BISHOP as part of the Benazir Kafaalat program. Current stipend of Benazir Kafaalat is Rs. 8,500/-each beneficiary per quarter, over and above the initial Rs. 3,000/-per beneficiary per quarter.

Selection of people for this program

Through the survey of the National Socioeconomic Registry (NSER) and the scientific proxy media test (PMT), the beneficiaries of the “Benazir Kafaalat Program” are chosen and identified. The PMT is used to determine a household's welfare level on a scale of 0 to 100. The BISP Council determines the PMT cut-off score for eligibility based on available budget space. The Benazir Kafaalat program provides cash support to all households that meet the required PMT cut-off score. On September 23, 2021, during its 52nd meeting, the BISP board decided to maintain the current PMT cut-off score of 32. However, households with one differently-abled member must meet the PMT cut-off score of 37 to be eligible

aspect Details
Name of the program Benazir Kafalat Program
Release year 2008
Main initiative Unconditional Cash Transfer Program (UCT).
Short term goal Protect the poor, especially women, from the negative consequences of economic challenges
Long term goal Empower women and end severe and chronic poverty
Current aid amount Rs. 8,500 per beneficiary per quarter

Benazir Kafalat Program as Hope

The Benazir Kafalat Program, which provides financial assistance to deserving individuals and families, continues to be a vital lifeline for many people in Pakistan. As 2024 approaches, recipients are anxiously awaiting the latest aid installment. However, there were problems and delays in the compensation process. This article discusses issues, summarizes new developments, and describes possible improvements to the program's funding system.

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Frequently asked questions

Why is the Benazir Kafalat Program considered a hope?

The Benazir Kafalat Program, which provides financial assistance to deserving individuals and families, continues to be a vital lifeline for many people in Pakistan.

How much is the current aid given to the people?

Current stipend of Benazir Kafaalat is Rs. 8,500/-each beneficiary per quarter, over and above the initial Rs. 3,000/-per beneficiary per quarter.

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