NOWSHERA (Khyber Mail): Dr. Muhammad Amjad Saqib, Chairperson of the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), announced the organization’s plans to develop an exit strategy for its beneficiaries.

Dr. Saqib emphasized BISP’s dedication to serving marginalized communities and highlighted the program’s focus on equipping the children of beneficiaries with professional training in IT and other valuable technical skills.

He stated that this vision underscores BISP’s long-term commitment to empowering vulnerable populations. In a conversation with the media,

Dr. Amjad Saqib shed light on BISP’s ongoing efforts to provide financial assistance to 9.3 million families across Pakistan. He reiterated the program’s commitment to transparent payment mechanisms and its promise to enhance the welfare of those in need.

Dr. Saqib made a heartfelt appeal to philanthropists, urging individuals and nonprofit organizations to collaborate with BISP in its mission to uplift the 9.3 million registered families. He emphasized the authenticity of BISP’s database and encouraged philanthropic contributions through transparent channels, emphasizing the importance of collective efforts for societal progress.

The Chairperson of BISP stressed the collective responsibility to assist the needy and underserved, emphasizing that a society’s advancement depends on the efficient utilization of both state and individual resources. He expressed gratitude for the opportunity given by Almighty Allah to serve the underprivileged and reaffirmed BISP’s commitment to ensuring the respect and dignity of these women. Earlier in the day,

Dr. Amjad Saqib visited Point of Sale (POS) retailers in Risalpur, engaging in a productive dialogue with them to understand the challenges they face in providing services to BISP beneficiaries. He encouraged them to propose solutions to enhance the program’s effectiveness and efficiency.

During his visit, the Chairperson of BISP interacted with women beneficiaries at the retailer shop who had come to receive their quarterly stipend under the Benazir Kafaalat program. He appealed to the retailers to treat the recipients with kindness and urged them to motivate these women to send their children to school, plant trees, and maintain clean surroundings, emphasizing the importance of environmental responsibility and moral values.

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