Adults can now receive Tgs70,000 from HDF

Starting April 15, adults over the age of 18 started receiving Tgs 70,000, as the first part of the political parties’ promise to allocate shares from the m i n e r a l s resources. Parliament made decision to distribute Tgs 120,000 to every citizen this year from the money accumulated in the Human Development Fund (HDF). On February 1, 2010, Tgs 70,000 was first disbursed to retired elders, disabled people and children under 18.
D. Nyamkhuu, Deputy Social Welfare and Labor Minister said that all preparation measures were completed such as depositing Tgs 60 billion from HDF to its accounts in aimags, districts and soums through the State Fund, receiving names of citizens above 18 who have no document contradictions from State Registrations Agency, providing aimags, districts and soums with name lists of people above 18.
The first wave of adults visit khoroo offices to register their claim

The City’s Welfare Office is registering homeless, vagrants and people who live in drainage holes and
issuing citizens ID documents in order to organize distributions to them. Shares for prisoners will be transferred to their banking accounts through the General Authority for Implementing Court Decisions and Mongolians staying abroad can receive the money with entrusted people by taking a reference letter from Mongolia’s Adults can now receive Tgs70,000 from HDF Hunger protest forced to cease diplomatic missions abroad.
As of April 1, 1,157,704 people received the share, meaning that 95 percent of children, disabled people and elders received their shares. During the distribution of the share, 78 people were found to have taken the money twice. While the loss was recovered from 22, the others were not found. The case was transferred to legal organizations.
On April 2, the Government resolved to issue Tg1.5 million to every citizen. To accomplish this, Tgs1 million will be delivered in the form of covering people’s retirement pension and health insurance premiums, issuing vouchers for education and health services and for the purchase of apartments, and Tgs500,000 will be given in cash in 2011-2012.
The Government plans to make the required estimations through asking every citizen who is receiving the HDF book to specify which form he wants to receive Tgs1.5 million
B. Ooluun.


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