BISP Looking Forward to more bank services
If you are a beneficiary of the Benazir Income Support Program and receive monthly Payments from the 8171 ehsaas Program, then it is an important crucial thing to understand the policies and contracts of HBL bank service with the Bisp Program.
Furthermore, additional remarks were heard by the Benazir Kafalat Program’s senior leadership, who discussed their new contract and their intention to begin working with more bank services shortly.
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Here is some exciting news for all the Beneficiaries of the Benazir Income Support Program, who receive their monthly payment from the branch of HBL bank.
Recently the senior member of the Benazir Income Support Program, Dr Amjad Saqib announced intentions to use the services of over 15 banks to ensure speedy and clear payments to the beneficiaries who have registered as he also emphasizes the need for efficient and transparent Payment System through Bank services.
حال ہی میں بینظیر انکم سپورٹ پروگرام کے سینئر ممبر ڈاکٹر امجد ثاقب نے 15 سے زائد بینکوں کی خدمات کو استعمال کرنے کے ارادوں کا اعلان کیا ہے تاکہ رجسٹرڈ ہونے والے مستحقین کو فوری اور واضح ادائیگیوں کو یقینی بنایا جا سکے کیونکہ وہ بینکوں کے ذریعے ادائیگی کے موثر اور شفاف نظام کی ضرورت پر بھی زور دیتے ہیں۔
Senior Leadership Visit to Karachi
According to the valid news, the Seneior Person of BISP has visited Karachi’s Payment Disbursement Center and Benazir Regional headquarters to thoroughly analyze the Payment System.
Training programs for BISP officers and staff
During the visit, BISP board members were present for a high-level discussion where Dr. Amjad Saqib suggested starting training programs for officers and staff to improve their performance and increase the program’s overall effectiveness.
Several ideas that were in line with BISP’s future goals were taken into consideration during the conference. “BISP is Pakistan’s largest social safety net program, and we are dedicated to ensuring that the benefits are transparently distributed to the deserving recipients,” he continued.
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Expansion of the Payment Disbursement
During their meeting session, One of their members also offered demonstrations of the Nashonuma and Kafaalat programs, focusing on the Dynamic Registry process.
He said that around 6 million people all over the country have been registered through the Dynamic Survey in Ehsaas Program, he also mentioned the need to incorporate more banks in the stipend payout process to provide financial assistance to over 2.3 million registered, worthy women in Sindh.
Director General Sindh Riaz Soomro briefed the board on the Kafaalat program that in Karachi alone, almost one lac 74 thousand worthy people receive quarterly stipends.
BISP Senior Leadership Interaction with Needy Women
During his visit to Karachi, Dr Amjad Saqib after attending a very crucial meeting with other BISP officials engaged in conversation with poor women getting Kafaalat stipends.
He attentively listened to their worries and instructed officials to deal with their problems as soon as possible. To maintain order among the throng of indigent women and keep them out of lines, he also gave the concerned officials instructions to hire more POS agents.
Addressing BISP employees at Jam-e-Masjid Quba
On the same day, he also addressed their team and informed them about their duty towards the poor people of Benazir Income.
Said Dr Amjad, “Serving women in need is like worship. It is our collective responsibility to make BISP the best institution in the country,”
Moreover, he gave staff strict guidelines and instructions:
To reduce poverty, Dr. Amjad emphasized the significance of encouraging small enterprises and providing technical skill development opportunities for youngsters from low-income homes.
He urged the workers to give the underprivileged the best resources available with commitment and selflessness.
In conclusion, the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) is hiring more bank services to enable quicker and more transparent stipend payments to enhance beneficiary services and increase program outreach to more qualified users.