Apprising Ehsaas Program


Ehsaas program is the flagship project of the ruling government PTI to facilitate the underprivileged community and uplift the standards of life of the poor class of the country. It is currently an umbrella initiative of 134 policies and programs, and the list is increasing concerning the societal exigencies and investment capacity on certain projects. Irrespective of the previous governments that solely relied on the infrastructural development through creating mega projects in the urban sector merely given them political mileage, however, this project tends to undermine the disparity and fragmentation. The countrywide Ehsaas Program campaign has a multidimensional program that aspires to create a viable environment for poverty reduction, equality promoting multi-sectoral partnerships and innovations. The program vows to ensure the safety net for approximately a million families at the provincial and regional levels. To ensure sufficient healthcare facilities, under this program the government pledges to give financial invectives to targeted 10 million families. Furthermore, to ensure the better future of the poor class concerning education, the Ehsaas program providing Scholarships and education incentives for 5 million students that include 50% for the girls to focus on the women empowerment agenda through education. One of the key aspects is Financial and digital inclusion for 7 million individuals with a 90% women quota through this program. Given the fact, this project has set new precedents of empowering the lowest class of the country that has become acutely vulnerable due to overriding miscued policies and non-aligned governance patterns in the tenures of previous rulers. This new project services in multi-dimensional ways. First, it is facilitating the most vulnerable class of the country. Secondly, it will fill the gaps between the social classes in foreseeable future. Therefore, no matter which party takes the leading role this project must sustain to ensure the consolidated patterns of governance in the country.

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