The government is launching the ‘Kamyab Pakistan’ initiative on 29 July to provide four million families with basic facilities and pull them out of poverty.
The decision to do so was made during a meeting between the Minister of Finance, Shaukat Tarin, and the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Youth Affairs, Usman Dar.
The initiative will be launched by PM Imran Khan at a ceremony at Jinnah Convention Center, Islamabad.
Minister Tarin remarked that the premier wants to expedite public welfare projects, and added that the Kamyab Pakistan program will be launched on 29 July. He explained that the housing schemes, skill development, easy loans, health cards, and many other facilities will be part of the program for the poverty alleviation of four million families.
Meanwhile, Usman Dar said that the government will provide up to Rs. 500,000 interest-free loans to deserving people for agriculture and business purposes.
The government will also provide technical education to one member of each household and will provide the deserving families with low-costing housing schemes.