- NADRA was given the responsibility to register and verify the IDP families for the ERP and NADRA set up special registration counters at all the camps and districts where the IDPs were residing.
- IDP families of Bajaur/FATA have been given benefits from December, 2008.
- Total of 3,965 IDP families were registered.
- BISP’s criteria for the exclusion and inclusion of families as beneficiaries were relaxed. However, the requirement of CNIC and the recipient of the cash assistance can only be female was not compromised.
- CNIC Verification (Exists/Not Exists) in NADRA Database for applicant and receiver.
- Applicant Name on the form with the name available in NADRA Database should be matched.
- Receiver should be female.
- ER Beneficiary (Receiver and Applicant) should not be beneficiary of BISP Regular Scheme and should be deleted from BISP Regular scheme until the beneficiary returns to her hometown.
- BISP Beneficiary (Receiver and Applicant) should not be beneficiary of ER Fund and should be deleted from BISP Regular scheme until the beneficiary returns to her hometown.
- ERP beneficiaries will start receiving assistance under Regular BISP after return to hometowns.
Disbursement of cash assistance
The cash assistance was distributed the IDP families through Pakistan Post and were given cash assistance since December, 2010. Pakistan Post made special arrangements to deliver the money orders at the camps of the IDP family was residing inside a camp or at the doorstep if the IDP family was residing with friends and families. Approximately Rs. 28 million rupees have been distributed amongst the IDPs from Bajaur/FATA. Disbursement to these IDP families has been stopped since June, 2009 as these families are included in the SSG database and are now being given the cash assistance through the Benazir Smart Card.