Friday , July 30 2021

PM Sehat Card Plus Scheme in Pakistan

PM Sehat Card Plus Scheme in Pakistan

The cabinet approved the facility of liver transplant treatment under the health card, after which the treatment of bone marrow transplant will also be free under the health card. The provision of universal health coverage for all citizens, which has been started in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and will soon be in Punjab and Gilgit-Baltistan, we hope that other provinces will also implement this scheme.

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PM Sehat Card Plus Scheme in Pakistan

PM Universal Health Coverage Program in Pakistan

PM Imran Khan said that I have two goals for the New Year 2021, one of which is Universal Health Coverage for Punjab, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, every household will have health insurance, citizens in any hospital. You will be able to go and get your treatment by showing your health care, this is a big challenge and such a program does not happen even in rich countries.

Sehat Card Plus

Imran Khan said that the second program is “No one goes to bed hungry in Pakistan”, it will include the whole nation and the whole country, using IT will identify areas where hunger is high, in collaboration with welfare agencies. I will launch this new program through the Ehsas program so that by the end of the year Pakistan will be a country where no citizen goes to bed hungry.

Under the Ehsas program, we will launch our best target project at the national level under the theme “No Hungry to Sleep”. By the end of the year, these two projects will bring us closer to our goal of transforming Pakistan into a welfare state.

Govt is giving health cards to the citizens of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, and Gilgit-Baltistan, through which one can get treatment up to Rs 1 million from any hospital. On June, 30 million families will be subsidized and money will be given to the accounts of the poor. The government will also subsidize farmers in June.