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program, which is proposed to be budgeted at P44.5 billion in 2013. Senator Franklin Drilon has proposed cutting the administrative costs, from the current 10 percent to 7 percent of the CCT, to cover more beneficiaries. If approved, the estimated P4.
A manager of a foodbank in Poole (the one pictured is in Coventry) says they are seeing more people on low incomes. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian Lorraine Russell, foodbank manager, Poole "Before, the primary reason [for needing
Shlomo Mor-Yosef says that the large number of welfare recipients harms the people who really need help. July 12 10:02, Shay Niv "A person who brings himself to such a state, or who is brought to such a state, is shocking by every measure,"
Andrew Yates/AFP/Getty Images The government's flagship employment scheme is facing an "almighty mess", Labour has said, after a revision of official forecasts showed 1 million fewer people would be eligible. In the latest blow to the work programme,
Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said the Aquino administration placed safety mechanisms in the program to make sure the poor avail of the funds. Hindi 'yan magagamit sa eleksyon because the system as we designed it walang input from
Sunday Jul 15, 2012 Taxpayers are forking out $2000-plus a week to a select group of benefit-dependent parents with more than 10 children. Official figures show that twelve families on welfare have 10 or more kids, receiving a range of top-up
Welfare to work is the cornerstone of a reform passed in 1996 by a Republican Congress and signed by Bill Clinton . The Obama administration on Thursday announced it was taking steps to gut this landmark law. The theory behind welfare reform was
Not content to stop at rewriting immigration policy, education policy and energy policy, yesterday, President Obama's Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released an official policy directive rewriting the welfare reform law of 1996. The
16m overpaid to claimants Disability living allowance is paid to two million people of working age About £16m has been wrongly paid to people on disability living allowance and attendance allowance, the Department of Work and Pensions has said.
In three months, the centre has trained 10 single mothers and five women with disabilities. They were presented with Certificates of Attainment in Garment Construction last week. The graduates, who initially were dependent on social welfare allowance,