How To Check Ehsaas Program Status?
Ehsaas is a nationwide poverty alleviation initiative providing much-needed relief to vulnerable groups through various programs. This guide shares step-by-step information on checking application status for different Ehsaas initiatives.
Overview of Ehsaas
Ehsaas aims to build state welfare model based on 4 pillars:
“Through Ehsaas, we strive to make Pakistan a more humane, just and equitable society where everyone can realize their potential.” – Dr. Sania Nishtar, Special Assistant on Poverty Alleviation
- Addressing elite capture and improving governance
- Safety nets for disadvantaged segments
- Human capital development
- Jobs and livelihoods
Key programs include Kafaalat, Waseela-e-Taleem, Nashonuma, Langars, Amdan and several others.
Checking Application Status
Follow this process to check status for different Ehsaas programs:
1. Determine Program
First identify the specific Ehsaas program you applied for:
- Undergraduate Scholarship
- Langar Scheme
- Interest Free Loans
- and more
2. Visit Portal
Go to the Ehsaas Tracking Portal.
3. Enter Required Details
Provide following information on the portal:
- Program name
- CNIC number
- Mobile number used during application
4. Get Current Status
Portal will display your current application status.
Pro Tip: Bookmark the portal for quick access whenever needed.
Kafaalat Program Status
“I check my Kafaalat status online regularly to see when the next quarterly payment will be disbursed.” – Salma, Kafaalat Beneficiary
Kafaalat provides quarterly cash transfers to the poorest women. Follow these steps:
- Visit Ehsaas Portal
- Enter CNIC and registered mobile number
- Portal shows payment details and schedule
- Also indicates if any compliance issues
Checking regularly ensures you don’t miss payment cycle.
“I login to see if my daughter’s Waseela-e-Taleem stipend for this quarter has been credited.” – Rafaqat, Parent
Waseela-e-Taleem gives quarterly cash assistance to deserving primary school children. To check status:
- Go to Ehsaas Tracking Portal
- Enter child’s B-Form CNIC and parent’s mobile number
- Portal displays stipend disbursal status
- Provides details if compliance documentation pending
Track regularly to ensure child doesn’t miss stipend installment.
“I check Nashonuma portal periodically to view my child’s health progress.” – Sameera, Mother
Nashonuma provides health and nutrition support to pregnant mothers and children under 2 years. You can check status through:
- Visit Nashonuma Portal
- Enter beneficiary ID or CNIC along with location
- Portal shows monitoring information
- Details like anthropometric data and health indicators
- Next appointment date displayed
Regularly tracking helps ensure continuity of assistance.
Undergraduate Scholarship Status
“The portal enabled me to track my scholarship application status until final approval.” – Daniyal, Scholarship Applicant
To check undergraduate scholarship application status:
- Go to Ehsaas Portal
- Enter application number and CNIC
- Portal shows current application status
- Details like merit position and scores visible
- Also indicates if additional documents required
Tracking progress avoids missed updates.
Amdan Program Status
“I could monitor my Amdan registration status online until asset transfer completion.” – Mushtaq, Amdan Beneficiary
Amdan provides productive assets to deserving households. You can check registration status through:
- Visit Amdan Portal
- Enter CNIC and mobile number
- Current status visible – registered, selected, asset transferred etc.
- Details like asset type, transfer date shown
- Documents required indicated if any
Langar Scheme Status
“I check Langar portal occasionally to view meal service timings at various locations.” – Abbas, Ehsaas Meal Recipient
The Langar scheme serves free meals to poor and laborers. To check Langar locations and timings:
- Go to Langar Portal
- Enter city/province to view Langar sites
- List of locations with addresses
- Meal service timings
- Number of meals served daily
- Map showing nearby Langars
Checking timings on the portal facilitates access.
Repayment Status for Ehsaas Loans
“The portal helps me track my loan repayment deadlines and installment amounts.” – Amina, Ehsaas Loan Recipient
To check Ehsaas loan repayment status:
- Visit Ehsaas Portal
- Sign-in using loan account details
- Portal shows repayment schedule
- Details on amount paid and upcoming installments
- Also indicates late penalties if applicable
- Option to generate loan statements
The Ehsaas program portal provides a convenient way for applicants to track status and stay updated on various initiatives. Regularly checking the portal ensures you don’t miss any payments, compliance requirements or renewal application deadlines. With portable access through desktop and mobile, applicants can easily monitor progress and continuity of assistance. This enables smooth delivery of welfare so that no deserving Pakistani is left behind.
Leveraging Biometric Systems for Enhanced Accessibility
Biometrics such as fingerprints and facial scans facilitate identification remotely. This improves accessibility:
“With biometrics, I could open a bank account from home to receive welfare payments digitally despite mobility issues.” – Ayesha, Senior Citizen
Enables digital identity verification for accessing government benefits without physical mobility needed.
Allows applying digitally for social welfare programs instead of complex paperwork.
Facilitates direct bank transfers rather than manual collections reducing exposure risks.
Overcomes barriers like lack of documentation enabling benefits for marginalized segments.
Automates processes improving efficiency and preventing payment delays.
Applicants can check status remotely through online portals improving monitoring.
Biometric-linked welfare bypasses access barriers providing safety nets digitally.
Jamapunji Savings Wallets
Jamapunji digital savings wallets aim to promote financial inclusion:
“Jamapunji enabled me to save securely for the first time without needing a bank account.” – Roshni, Factory Worker
Only CNIC required. No minimum balance or documentation.
Deposit and Withdrawal
Through 125,000+ biometric enabled merchants nationwide.
Attractive opportunities like Roshan Digital accounts.
Insurance coverage for health and accident risks.
Small loans based on digital transaction history.
Make purchases, fee payments and money transfers.
Jamapunji removes barriers for marginalized groups to use digital financial services through targeted products.
Mera Payne Khata
This fintech app aims to digitize payments for micro-enterprises:
“Mera Payne Khata helped me digitize my kiryana store’s records saving huge hassle.” – Aslam, Shopkeeper
- Maintain digital ledger for customers’ credit accounts
- Send payment reminders and accept payments
- Manage inventory, invoicing and supplier payments
- Access micro-credit based on turnover
- Track daily sales and revenue digitally
- Get loyalty rewards on digital transactions
The app equips micro-retailers with digital tools for financial inclusion.
One Woman One Bank Account Policy
This initiative aims to empower women through financial access:
“I finally opened my own bank account to gain economic independence.” – Yasmin, Homemaker
- Drives opening bank accounts for women with CNIC only
- Accounts opened at camp sites in low-income neighborhoods
- Biometric enabled payments without literacy barriers
- Financial literacy training provided
- Savings products tailored to women’s needs
- Stipend and social welfare transferred directly
Access to personal bank accounts enables women’s economic participation.
Promoting Inclusive Financial Literacy
To leverage financial access, literacy initiatives focus on:
Digital Skills Training
Operating mobile wallets, biometric devices and payment apps.
Saving and Borrowing
Tailored guidance on managing finances, debt traps.
Spotting scams, securing credentials.
Asserting financial rights, independence.
Financial management for micro-business owners.
Targeted education enables vulnerable groups to benefit responsibly from financial inclusion.
In summary, biometrics, digitized government assistance, fintech apps and literacy training are overcoming constraints marginalized communities face in accessing essential welfare, savings, credit and insurance facilities.
By improving accessibility digitally, remote authentication and paperless processes can expand socioeconomic opportunities for underprivileged Pakistanis – bridging the divides on the road to an egalitarian society.