- Information Collection:
During the registration process, the program gathers personal information like name, address, contact information, national identity card number, and other relevant information. This information is used to make sure that the individual is eligible for financial help through the 8171 Ehsaas program.
- Information Storage:
All personal information is kept in a database that only authorized staff can view. Physical, technical, and management steps have been taken by the program to make sure that the information can’t be accessed, used, or shared by people who shouldn’t be able to.
- Information Sharing:
Personal information is not shared with third parties by the program, unless it is required by law or needed to run the 8171 Ehsaas program. It might share details with government agencies or financial institutions to help beneficiaries get money.
- Information Retention:
Personal information is kept for as long as it takes to reach the goals for which it was collected or as long as the law says it has to be kept. When information is no longer needed, the right steps are taken to make sure it is thrown away safely.
- Information Accuracy:
The program takes reasonable steps to make sure that the personal information given by beneficiaries is correct, full, and up to date. Beneficiaries are urged to keep their personal information accurate and up-to-date by updating it regularly.