Ehsaas Program was launched in 2020 by Former Prime Minister Imran Khan to combat the increasing poverty. From time to time, many programs are also launched under the Ehsaas program to help the poor and needy. Ehsaas Nashunama Program is also one of them. The purpose of this program is to provide financial assistance to pregnant women from low-income families who don’t take care of themselves during pregnancy. As part of this program, pregnant girls receive monthly aid of Rs.4500 for taking care of themselves and their newborn babies.
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Goals of Nashunama Program:
The main goal of the Ehsaas Nashunama Program is to help those women during pregnancy who belong to poor backgrounds who live hand to mouth. Pregnant women must eat properly and maintain good hygiene, which is impossible without adequate financial support. So the government decided to give monthly aid of Rs.4500 to pregnant women to take care of their diet and maintain a good diet. This aid will be given to them after the birth of their baby to take care of themselves and their babies properly.
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People who will be eligible for the program after registration will be given the aid amount. The government allocated Rs.2000 for boys and Rs.2500 for girls. By using this amount, mothers can fulfill their newborn babies’ basic desires. The amount is insufficient; however, the government is increasing funding for the Ehsaas Program so that more funds can be given to people in need.
The government also launched the online registration for the program. The Ehsaas Program Online registration is easily accessible to people who live in backward areas and cannot visit the Ehsaas offices. In the following sections, we explain how to register online and how to submit a physical application form.
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Registration through Physical Application:
The Ehsaas Nashunama Program, launched in 2020 by the government of Pakistan, offers monthly aid of Rs.4500 to pregnant women belongs low-income families. Aims to address During pregnancy, pregnant women have a limited budget, so the program emphasises promoting proper diet and hygiene by utilising the aid amount. Depending on the gender, Rs.2000 is allocated to mothers for boys and Rs.2500 for girls to meet their newborns’ basic needs. Online registration has been introduced to make it easier for those in backward areas, as well as physical application registration at Ehsaas or BISP offices.
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