PESHAWAR: On Wednesday, Samar Haroon Bilour, a spokesperson for the Awami National Party, and Faisal Karim Kundi, the minister of state for poverty alleviation and social safety, met to talk about the nation’s political climate.
In order to maximize the participation of women in the dynamic survey for the Benazir Income Support Program, they discussed ideas and strategies during the meeting. A social safety net program known as the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) was introduced in 2008. Its primary goal is to give money to the most vulnerable and outcast members of society, such as widows, orphans, and people with disabilities. The BISP has started a new project called the dynamic survey to better target beneficiaries and boost program effectiveness.
The Minister of State stressed the significance of including women in the dynamic survey and making sure they can take advantage of the program’s benefits. He praised the ANP’s efforts in Peshawar to host the informational session on the dynamic survey and urged other political parties to do the same. The Minister of State was welcomed by Samar Haroon Bilour, the ANP spokesperson, who also thanked him for his support of the BISP. She emphasized the program’s significance in eradicating poverty and enhancing the standard of living for society’s most vulnerable groups.