Sindh to issue ‘Benazir Amanat Card for distribution of Zakat

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Sindh government to issue ‘Benazir Amanat Card’ to beneficiaries of Zakat in the province for ensuring transparency in disbursement of Zakat, said Chief Minister’s Adviser on Religious Affairs, Zakat and Ushr Fayyaz Ali Butt. According to a statement issued here on Tuesday the adviser informed media persons that there were over 110,000 people in Sindh registered to receive Zakat.

The process of bio-metric verification of Zakat beneficiaries was underway across Sindh and the process would be completed in the next one and a half to two months, he said adding that Benazir Amanat Card will be issued as soon as the bio-metric is completed.

He said that Sindh government was making every effort to ensure that Zakat amount reaches only the deserving and bio-metric verification would discourage undeserving people from receiving Zakat. Board controller and secretary Khairun Nisa, Sindh nursing director focal person

Speaking on the occasion, EAS controller examination (CE) SNEB said that he would expect the participants will Realise their responsibility for Imparting and transferring the knowledge and skills they will acquire from this week long training session. Thus they will play their role in building up a class of highly trained professionals in the field of nursing and paramedics.

This transfer mechanism would spread this learning methodology to nursing teachers and as a chain reaction; students will pass on the same in future, added CE SNEB.

It is pertinent to mention that Sindh government has taken this initiative for the first time in Pakistan and this 2nd line Training of the trainers workshop on certificate course for nurse educators will revamp the nursing profession. This week long training programme would continue at a local hotel in Karachi from May 24 till May 31, 2022.

During this training programme, experts will share their expertise, modern techniques and practical approach to dealing with ailing people.

Dr Didar Khan, Abdul Manan, Associate Prof. Alia Nasir, Dr Sumaira Punjwani had spread the practical training methods among the participants.

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