This research study investigated that how foreign remittances contributed to household welfare at the micro-level. The results revealed that remittances contributed progressively to household food consumption and wealth status. Remittances recipient families have good wealth status as compared to non-recipient ones. It has been found that migrants’ families are having good wealth status and own more assets. Additionally, a significant portion of remittances is used for food expenditures. The remittance recipient households are spending more on food and more food security as compared to others. Thus it is concluded that that foreign remittances have a positive relationship with household welfare.
1-Haidar Farooqe Lecturer, Department of Economics, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan. 2-Muhammad Akbar PhD Scholar, Department of Economics, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan.3-Mukaram Khan PhD Scholar, Department of Economics, Federal Urdu University, Islamabad, Pakistan.