Govt New Projects for Women and Children | 2024 New Initiatives

The rising rate of inflation in Pakistan is causing people to face many difficulties these days, which is the main reason that the government is working constantly to provide all how it can assist the people there. In this case, one of the main initiatives that is very helpful and mostly working nowadays is the Benazir Income Support Program so that all the eligible people of Pakistan can be assisted. 

Projects For Women And Children by government

Recently, the government has introduced many new projects for Women and Children, which are explained in detail in this article. The government has suggested the following programs for this year to implement some well-liked measures for women and children before the next election.

Read also: 8171 Ehsaas Programme CNIC Check

Project Introduced for Women’s Mobility in 2024

According to the budget books, the goal of this effort is to help women who have mobility challenges. Its goal is to increase working women’s accessibility and mobility by offering Scooties—scooters—at a 50% discounted price. Women in the AJK, Gilgit-Baltistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan, and the Capital Territory of Islamabad will gain from the project. 

Successful candidates will receive a capital subsidy from the government, and the National Bank of Pakistan or other collaborating banks will allow them to pay the remaining cost of the Scooty in installments with a markup. 

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The “Women on Wheels” initiative, which is part of the Prime Minister’s Initiative for Women’s Mobility and will be carried out by the National Commission on the Status of Women under the Ministry of Human Rights, has an initial allocation of Rs. 500 million.

The Mother And Child Support Program by PM Pakistan

Due to poverty, a healthy nutritional diet is largely neglected by the people in Pakistan, Mostly women and children the major victims of malnutrition. The Mother and Child Support Program seeks to enhance nutrition indicators and mortality rates related to maternal and child health. The program’s main objectives are to improve mothers’ and kids’ nutritional intake and to increase the usage of public services.

Child Protection Institution – Established in Islamabad

The Child Protection Institute for Girls in Islamabad is to be established with a budget of Rs. 15.705 million. The objective of this program is to fortify child protection measures and offer girls a safe and secure environment.

Benazir Kafalat Program For Eligible Women – Registration Continues

As to the most recent information available on the BISP official pages, all women beneficiaries who qualify for the 8171 Ehsaas program can obtain their payments from ATMs without facing significant deductions.

The new Benazir Income Support Program payment cash for February and March is a monthly 10500; the government may choose to distribute the funds earlier than the scheduled date. If you haven’t registered for the Benazir Taleemi Wazaif and Benazir Nashonuma Program Online, go to your closest Tehsil center or register online for your BISP CNIC. 

Creation of Life Skills Development and Rehabilitation Centers in Gilgit Baltistan for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs):

The Ministry of Kashmir Affairs, in partnership with Gilgit Baltistan’s Social Welfare Department, is currently tasked with the establishment of Rehabilitation and Life Skills Development Centers for those with disabilities. In ten Gilgit Baltistan districts, the centers will give PWDs equitable opportunities and foster an enabling atmosphere.

Also Read: Youth Skill Development Program

Creation of the Human Rights Training Center, ADR, and Mediation:

Establishing a Mediation, Human Rights Training Center, and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) procedures are the goals of this program, which has been allocated Rs. 114.0 million. 

  • The project’s objectives are to uphold human rights and offer mediation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) training.

Acquisition of Land and Development of the Child Protection Institute, Islamabad Building:

This project, which has a budget of Rs. 88.90 million, is primarily concerned with creating a structure for the Child Protection Institute in Islamabad. The institute’s goals are to encourage coordinated investigations, the reporting of child abuse cases, and the delivery of support services. In order to enlighten the public about child protection services and to motivate community members to submit pertinent situations to the institution, the government intends to launch awareness campaigns.


In conclusion, as Pakistan grapples with the challenges posed by inflation, the government’s proactive stance in introducing new projects underscores its commitment to alleviate the plight of its people. With initiatives like the Women on Wheels program and the Mother and Child Support Program, targeted at enhancing mobility and nutritional well-being, respectively, tangible steps are being taken toward fostering a more inclusive and healthy society.