How to register for Ehsaas Kafalat program

Ehsaas ProgramHow to register for Ehsaas Kafalat program

Ehsaas Kafalat is a social welfare program to provide financial assistance to the most vulnerable and marginalized segments of the society, particularly women. The program aims to alleviate poverty, reduce inequality, and empower women by providing them with a monthly stipend of Rs 2,000 through a digital payment system.

The program is part of the larger Ehsaas poverty alleviation program launched by the government in 2019 which includes multiple initiatives to support disadvantaged and marginalized segments of the population.


Ehsaas Program Online Check and Registration FormTo be eligible for the Ehsaas Kafalat Program, a household must meet certain criteria such as being below the poverty line, having a female head of household, and not having any government employment or pension. The program has a target of reaching seven million beneficiaries across the Country.

In addition to the financial assistance, the program also provides free health insurance and access to mobile phone-based banking services to the beneficiaries.

The program aims to empower women by increasing their financial inclusion and helping them become more self-sufficient.

How to register for Ehsaas Kafalat program

To register for the Ehsaas Kafalat Program in Pakistan, you can follow these steps:

Check eligibility: First, you need to check if you meet the eligibility criteria for the program. The eligibility criteria include being a woman and a head of household, having a monthly income below the poverty line, and not having any other government job or pension.

Visit a registration center: Once you have confirmed your eligibility, you need to visit a registration center designated by the government. You can find the nearest registration center by sending an SMS with your CNIC number to 8171.

Provide your biometric data: At the registration center, you will need to provide your biometric data including your fingerprints and a facial photograph, to authenticate your identity.

Submit necessary documents: You will also need to submit some necessary documents including your CNIC, proof of income, and a mobile phone number.

Receive confirmation: Once you have completed the registration process, you will receive a confirmation message on your registered mobile phone number.

Wait for verification: Your registration information will be verified, and if you are found to be eligible, you will start receiving the monthly stipend through the Ehsaas digital payment system.

It is essential to note that the registration process may vary slightly depending on your location and the registration center’s specific requirements. Therefore, it is advisable to check with your nearest registration center for further guidance.

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