New Policy Ehsaas Program Online Apply 2022

New Policy Ehsaas Program Online Apply 2022

On March 27, I established the “Ehsaas” programme, with the target of
decreasing inequality, investing in people, and improving underperforming
areas.
Ehsaas is about establishing a “welfare state” by countering elite capture
and trying to leverage 21st-century tools, like using data and technology
to create highly precise safety nets; promoting financial inclusion as well
as access to digital services; assisting women in financial inclusion;
highlighting the central role of human capital formation in poverty
eradication, economic growth, and sustainable development; as well as
overcoming financial barriers to accessing health and postsecondary
education.

The program’s principles and approaches also highlight tapping whole-ofgovernment multi-sectoral collaboration for solutions; making sure joint
federal-provincial leadership; as well as mainstreaming the role of the
private sector through an approach which will provide a level playing field
on the one hand and foster locally-relevant innovation on the other, in
terms of job creation and promote livelihood in fast areas. The program’s
basis is centered on the necessity of institutional strengthening,
transparency, and good governance.

The programme is for the extremely poor, orphans, widows, the homeless,
the crippled, those at danger of medical poverty, the jobless, impoverished
farmers, workers, the ill and undernourished, students from low-income
families, and poor women and senior residents. This plan also focuses on
improving lagging areas where inequality exists.

Ehsaas’ poverty reduction plan is stated in four pillars and currently
consists of 115 policy measures, that may be enhanced as the program’s
discussion process broadens. Addressing elite capture, making the
government system function to generate equality are one of the four
pillars, and so are safety nets for disadvantaged portions of the
population, jobs and incomes, and human resource development.

1. Addressing elite capture & implementing fairness
in the government system.

It is also the government’s primary responsibility to care for those who
have fallen below and to construct safeguards against elite capture, as
evidenced by the taxation system, water management, crop selection,
land use priority, labor laws, and much else.

In this regard, the very first pillar consists of policies listed below.
• A new new constitution is being proposed that’d transfer article 38(d)
from the “Principles of Policy” part to a “Fundamental Rights”
section. This change will make the provision of food, clothes,
housing, education, and medical care for persons that are unable to
work due to illness, disability, or unemployment a governmental
responsibility.

• Spending on social protection must be increased. An additional PKR
80 billion will be added to social protection spending in the upcoming
budget (2019-20), and a further increase in the following year (2020-
21), for a total increment of PKR 120 billion. Social protection
spending will be 1% of GDP at this level, including federal and state
payments.

• To address present fragmentation, the Ministry of Social Protection
and Poverty Alleviation Coordination was created. This ministry will
oversee the Benazir Income Support Program, Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal,
Zakat, Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund, Trust for Voluntary
Organizations, the SUN Network, this same Center for Social
Entrepreneurship, as well as the headquarter of the Poverty
Alleviation Coordination Council as well as the planned Labor
Expert Group.
• Establishment of a single-window social protection operation to
assist social assistance recipients while reducing duplication or
abuse
• Every department should have pro-poor goals & measurable
criteria.
• Prioritization of resources for pro-poor sectors to avoid resources
from being transferred to other sectors through ad – hoc basis
judgement.

• In the context of the new Ministry Of finance Commission Award,
the need for system. Promoting reducing poverty and addressing
disparities requires the improvement of systems that regulate the
allocation of financial resources and the creation of incentives to just
provide services to residents. Members of the Council of Common
Interests will be urged to enhance the distribution method in order
to accomplish our shared aim of equalizing opportunities for all
Pakistani citizens, regardless of status.
• To eliminate intra-provincial inequities, all Provincial Finance
Commissions would be encouraged to base prospective awards on
need-based systems.
• A policy aimed at optimizing the pro-poor effect of PSDP funding.
Efforts must be made for each project to raise private money,
ensuring that PSDP funds are exclusively used for initiatives that
serve as just an equalizer. At the Planning Commission, a strategy
will be devised to establish the priority ranking of projects for this
purpose.

• A Committee on New Financing, as well as the adoption of
advanced financing structures, to mobilize additional resources and
provide budgetary room for pro-poor activities.
• Guidelines for Corporate Responsibility in areas such as voluntary
investment, alignment, tax breaks, or reporting.
• A new obligatory part in the PC1 Performa (Planning Commission
clearance document) to evaluate the effects of each PC 1 on poverty
& equality.

• A committee was set up to examine the bottlenecks in the justice
system for the disadvantaged.
• New policy to oversee MPs’ the use development cash in order to
foster openness, impartial supervision, and accountability.
• Disagreement rules for state and government officials
• Allocating Khokhar (cafés), tea shops, newspaper stands, and shoe
polishing booths on government-owned land or at government-
owned hospitals, parks, or railway stations with such a portion set
aside for individuals living below a specific poverty line.
• While auctioning shops in Town and Tehsil committees, a portion
would be set aside for those living under a specific poverty level.
• In Market Committees, a portion is set aside for those who fall below
a certain income limit.
• Residents in slum and Kitchi Abadi’s are being identified in order to
facilitate their transparent participation in the event that region is
later commercialized.
• A programme of community co-ownership in which land
development follows the release of land grabbers.
• A policy of community co-ownership in which the government
provides hunting licenses.
• The administration is committed to repairing the local government
system in order to encourage need-based community decision
making.
• Improved free electronic media air time policy to promote knowledge
as a public good in connection with Ehsaas programme.
• National Strategy for the Development of Statistics, for increasing
the quality and availability of statistical data and making sure their
independence from political and other inordinate external pressure,
so the govt can have access to reliable, reliable, as well as timely
statistics and a solid as well as credible base of evidence, which
really is critical for policy development and assessment.

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