Dernière mise à jour: 03/6/2024

Détails du programme

Objectifs du programme

To prevent the stunting during the critical first 1000 days, BISP has designed a Conditional Cash Transfer intervention to increase the uptake of Health and Nutrition services of its beneficiaries.


(i) To prevent stunting in children under two years of age

(ii) Improved weight gain of pregnant women during pregnancy

(iii) Reduce anaemia and micronutrient deficiencies

(iv) Improved awareness of maternal and early child health and nutrition

(v) Reduced disease burden through improved uptake of available health and nutrition services

(vi) Prevent low birth weight

Composantes du programme
Cash transfers are linked to the consumption of specialized nutritious food, immunization, checkups, and participation in health awareness training sessions.
(i) Ehsaas 2047. N.d. Ehsaas Nashonuma. Accessible: Accessed on 8 November 2023. (ii) Ministry of Poverty Alleviation and Social Safety. 2023. Benazir Nashonuma. Accessible: Accessed on 8 November 2023
Nom du programme précédent (le cas échéant)
 Ehsaas’ Nashonuma
Conditionnalités (le cas échéant)
In return, mothers must commit to attending regular antenatal health checks and awareness sessions during pregnancy, consuming specialized nutritious food (SNF), and taking their children for immunization and regular health checks.

Ciblage et éligibilité

Méthodes de ciblage
Proxy Means Test
Categorical Targeting
Régions ciblées
  Initially, the programme was piloted in 14 districts of the country. After successful implementation of pilot BISP Board approved rollout of the programme throughout the country. Presently, Nashonuma Programme is operationalized in 45 districts of the country and it is expected that Facilitation Centers at district level will be operationalized across the country by end of August 2022.
Groupes cibles
The target population includes pregnant and lactating women and children under 23 months of age.
Critère d'éligibilité
(i) Must be pregnant women, lactating mothers, or have a child under two years old (ii) Must belong to a low-income household registered with BISP (iii) Must possess a valid CNIC (Computerized National Identity Card) (iv) Must not be a beneficiary of any other BISP program (v) Must be willing to attend health and nutrition awareness sessions (vi) Must ensure their child receives immunizations and regular health check-ups

Couverture et autres informations

Montant des bénéfices
(i) Quarterly cash transfers of Rs. 4500 to support nutrition and health needs (ii) Rs. 2000 per quarter for baby boys (iii) Rs. 2500 per quarter for baby girls (iv) Provision of specialized nutritious food for mothers and children (v) Free health services, including antenatal check-ups and child immunizations (vi) Regular health and nutrition awareness sessions (vii) Guidance on breastfeeding and complementary feeding practices
Fréquence de paiement/livraison
Mécanismes et fréquence de suivi et évaluation
The BISP Act 2010 spelled out monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of BISP in the power and functions of the BISP board and management.1 Section 10 (e) emphasizes taking measures for effective administration and M&E. BISP has, therefore, established the M&E Wing (or division), which monitors BISP operational activities with M&E consultants who help monitor BISP and provide inputs to its operational wings