New registration process for the Poverty Alleviation Programme begins – all previous beneficiaries must reapply

Source: SKNVibes

The Ministry of Social Development and Gender Affairs has launched a new regularisation and registration process for the Poverty Alleviation Programme (PAP). This new process is designed to eliminate multiple irregularities that have been discovered, and to ensure that qualifying persons in need of help can benefit.

The new process is now open, and applications will be conducted exclusively online at Regularization means that the new process will guarantee that all payees have a valid application form that can be used to confirm the eligibility criteria of a household earning less than $3,000 per month. The Registration process is open to all present eligible payees and to any person who had not yet applied for or received a PAP benefit whose household circumstance fits the eligibility criteria.

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