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  1. Philippines - Social assistance and services - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Rules and Regulations implementing Republic Act No. 8972 (on benefits and priviledges to single parents), 2000. - http://www.bwyw.dole.gov.ph

    Adoption: 2000-11-07 | PHL-2000-R-64987

    Made under Solo Parents' Welfare Act, 2000. Provides for benefits and priviledges to single parents and their children. Divided into 7 parts. Parts 1-3 contain preliminary provisions and definitions of terms. Part 4 sets forth criteria for support. Any single parent whose income in the place of domicile is below or equal the poverty threshold set by the Statistical Coordination Board, and subject to the assessment of a duly appointed social worker, is eligible for assistance. Part 5 provides for benefits, and Parts 6 and 7 contain administrative and final provisions.

  2. Philippines - Social assistance and services - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Executive Order No. 407 providing for the guidelines on the allocation, release and management of the 1997 Poverty Alleviation Fund.

    Adoption: 1997-04-01 | PHL-1997-R-48581

  3. Philippines - Social assistance and services - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Executive Order No. 284 declaring civilian victims of internal armed conflicts as part of a priority sector under the Social Reform Agenda.

    Adoption: 1996-11-11 | PHL-1996-R-45473

    Civilian victims of internal armed conflicts shall be treated as a sub-sector under the priority sector of the victims of disasters and calamities, and thus be granted access to assistance under the Social Reform Agenda, including the Flagship Program and Comprehensive Integrated Delivery of Social Services.


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