Recently, the government approved innovations in payments to internally displaced persons developed by the Ministry of Social Policy.
The general approach is that the IDP housing allowance is granted for 6 months.
At the same time, some categories of citizens can receive payments for 12 months.
These are families in difficult circumstances. Namely:
- The average monthly income per recipient does not exceed four times the subsistence minimum for persons who have lost the ability to work.
- The family includes persons of working age who
– care for children under the age of six (inclusive);
– have and care for three or more children under the age of 18;
– are persons with disabilities;
– are citizens caring for Group I persons with disabilities or children with disabilities.
- The family includes an unemployed person of working age who contributed to their economic independence during the first 6 months of receiving the allowance, and whose average monthly income is at most three times the subsistence minimum for persons who have lost the ability to work.
- An internally displaced person has lost his or her ability to work or has reached retirement age, and the amount of his or her pension is less than three times the subsistence minimum for persons who have lost their ability to work.
- Minors and young children who arrived unaccompanied by a legal representative.