There are many different ways in which the State of Qatar makes life easier and more convenient for its beloved citizens. For one thing, the government takes great care to provide for the many needs of each individual; for another, the government also recognizes the more vulnerable groups in society and strives to provide them with social protection and assistance whenever possible.
To specify, Qatar’s Social Insurance Benefits based on Qatar’s Law no. 38 of 1995 detail the social assistance provided for more at-risk groups in the community. These vulnerable individuals include children, the elderly, as well as persons with disabilities. The various programs of the government aim to reduce the many risks of these groups, as well as allow them to manage their own capacities when it comes to economic and social dangers. For example, if the breadwinner of the family goes missing or is in any way incapacitated and can no longer provide for the family, then the government can step in through the many social programs available to citizens.
Under the Social Insurance Law no. 38 (1995), there will be necessary protection and assistance for divorcees, as well as social insurance payment for families. The same is true for abandoned wives, orphans, those who have reached old age and those who are incapacitated, and for widows. There will also be social insurance for families of missing persons, and those with special needs as well.
The government of Qatar will provide the necessary funding for these. As such, target groups and criteria must be specific and properly adhered to, such as divorced women who are characterized as those who have not remarried and also have income that is insufficient to live a good life. Citizens who are aged 18–60 years old are also included if they cannot get a job or are not allowed to receive any kind of employment because of chronic illnesses that hinder their ability to receive sufficient income for a better quality of life.
Of course, these very specific conditions must be met, and those who are applying for social assistance bear the burden of providing proof of any such claims. Households and divorcees must provide sufficient evidence of insufficient income. If the breadwinner is missing, then there must be proof that the head of the household is indeed nowhere to be found or incapacitated. Those who have been abandoned must be declared by the court as abandoned, and medical reports (duly attested and translated for accuracy and validity) must show proof of chronic illnesses that render a person unable to work.
These criteria will be duly reassessed with a social assessment review to check if a person is still eligible for social assistance at least once every year.
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