‘Ehsaas saving wallets’ project to empower women: Sania

Staff Reporter

Special Assistant on Poverty Alleviation and Social Safety to the Prime Minister of Pakistan Dr. Sania Nishter on Tuesday said that government’s first ever ‘Ehsaas saving wallets’ project would play a vital role for eliminating poverty alleviation and to empower women economically.

Ehsaas saving wallets will prove to be an important milestone for the economic empowerment of the marginalized segments of the society, she said while speaking to Radio Pakistan.

She said government is making serious efforts to uplift the marginalized segments of the society, adding, we are trying our level best to empower the neglected segments and give them financial freedom.

Financial freedom is an effective way to provide opportunity to the poor segments of the society and include them in the process of development, she added.

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