Society In Progress

Expand The Social Safety Net

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf promised in their 100 days agenda:

Retain and improve BISP as the primary social safety net tool for the ultra-poor, expand Sehat Insaf card to the poorest families across Pakistan and launch special assistance programmes for persons with disabilities.

You can read these promises in the 100 Days agenda document released by PTI available HERE in English and HERE in Urdu.

Below are the actions by Imran Khan and his Governance as a step towards fulfilling this promise:

Update 1:

The PTI-led federal government has planned to replicate Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Sehat Sahulat Programme throughout the country. Sources told Dawn that Prime Minister Imran Khan had decided to constitute a taskforce to introduce immediate reforms in the health sector at national level.