The digital portal and mobile app of Ehsaas One Window is a comprehensive portal for the welfare services. It mirrors the information on the online portal as well as the locations of service sites. When a user visits a service site, he can use the app to locate it easily. The app is enabled with a camera, and users can map the location of the social welfare sites from the smartphone. The system also provides a number of links to other relevant websites and services.
The online platform will enable beneficiaries to search for information based on their demographic characteristics and the program they are interested in. Those interested in receiving Ehsaas benefits can visit these centers and get a complete overview of their eligibility, status, and benefits. Those who are not eligible for the program can opt out at any time. The system also includes a mobile app that enables beneficiaries to access information about their coverage.
The Ehsaas One Window is composed of six pillars. These are the Ehsaas Center, the back office digital interface, the digital information platform, the mobile application, the Cognitive API architecture, and the Beneficiary Selection and Targeting Policy. These are important elements of the scheme and should be used to create a unified, efficient, and transparent information platform for the benefit recipients.
The One Window Centres were initially located in selected cities, but are now expanding to every district. They will then be used to administer multiple Ehsaas programmes. The partners of the programme visited the One Windows Centers to see how the system is functioning and the beneficiaries it is serving. They saw firsthand how the new system streamlined the process of receiving and distributing the benefits of the Ehsaas scheme.
The Ehsaas One Window is comprised of six pillars. The first is the Ehsaas Centre. The second is the Ehsaas centre. The Ehsaas One Window also consists of the public facing digital information platform and the mobile app. The last two are the Integrated Database and the Beneficiary Selection and Targeting Policy. These three pillars are essential for the effective functioning of the initiative.
The Ehsaas One Window Center is a one-stop-shop for Ehsaas cash payments and a NADRA office for biometric verification. The center also features an ATM for stipends and cash transactions. The center provides services for the people who receive the Ehsaas Kafaalat benefits. The centers are convenient for all the participants.
The One Window is a one-stop-shop for all the services in Ehsaas. The center is supported by the government and other stakeholders. The Center houses ATM machines, an integrated database, desks for Ehsaas Education Stipends, and a fully-equipped training room. There is a separate retiring room for women in the center. All of these facilities make Ehsaas the only provider of this type of service in the region.
The One Window is comprised of six components. The Ehsaas Centre is the hub for the central component of the Ehsaas One Window. The other five components include the cognitive API architecture, the mobile app, and the beneficiary selection and targeting policy. These components are crucial for the successful implementation of Ehsaas. These technologies are critical to the efficiency of the program. The benefits of this project are enormous.
The One Window aims to help people in need of various Ehsaas benefits. The center is an integrated one-stop-shop for all of the different programs of Ehsaas. The center will be available in every district of the country. A physical center is a one-stop-shop where people can access all of the benefits of the Ehsaas programme. The mobile app will also enable easy and quick interaction with the center.
The Ehsaas One Window combines the many benefits and services of Ehsaas. The One Window is the first of its kind and will be rolled out across 14 provinces in the next few years. It will also consolidate benefits and services of other Ehsaas programs in Pakistan. It will also make them more transparent. It will also facilitate data sharing for the implementing agencies.