Mga Benepisyo na Maaaring Makuha ng mga Biktima noong Marcos Martial Law

Non-Monetary Reparations para sa mga inaprubahan ng HRVCB

  • TESDA: Libreng training para sa isang kamag-anak ng biktima (hanggang 4th degree)
  • DOH: Libreng pagka-ospital at No Balance billing kung sa charity ward na-ospital ang biktima at pamilya nito
  • DSWD: Komprehensibong psychosocial services at rehabilitation- counseling, livelihood at pinansyal na tulon

 

Para sa mga Senior Citizen (biktima man o hindi) –  batay sa R.A. 9994 o Expanded Senior Citizen’s Act of 2010 

(Para sa karagdagang impormasyon ukol sa R.A. 9994, pindutin ito.)

  1. Mag-apply ng Senior Citizen Card mula sa bayan o siyudad na tinitirhan. Magtanong sa Town Hall o City Hall para sa requirements.
  2. Kapag may Senior Citizen Card at Booklet na, maaaring magkaroon ng discount sa mga sumusunod:
  • Medicine: Generic and branded medicines, vitamins, and mineral supplements (with doctor’s prescription)
  • Medical supplies and equipment: Hearing aids, eyeglasses, wheelchairs, crutches, dentures, etc.
  • Medical and dental services in private facilities: Laboratory tests such as blood tests, X-Ray, etc.
  • Professional fees of attending physician and licensed health workers
  • Domestic air and sea travel fares
  • Public land transportation fares: Jeepneys, buses, taxis, shuttle services, MRT, LRT, PNR, etc.
  • Hotels: Accommodation and amenities in hotels, beach resorts, mountain resorts, etc.
  • Restaurants: Food, beverages, dessert, and other consumables for dine-in, take-out, drive-thru, and delivery orders
  • Recreation centers: Rental and other fees for sports facilities such as gyms, badminton courts, tennis courts, ballroom dancing studios, bowling lanes, etc.
  • Places of leisure: Cinemas, museums, parks, theaters, concert halls, etc.
  • Funeral and burial services for deceased senior citizens: hospital morgue, embalming, casket or urn, cremation, etc.
  1. PhilHealth benefits – gastos sa ospital
  2. Iba pang benepisyo:
  • Income tax exemption for minimum wage earners
  • Training fee exemption on socio-economic programs
  • Free medical and dental services in government facilities
  • Free flu and pneumococcal vaccinations for indigent senior citizens
  • Scholarships and financial assistance for seniors’ education in public
  • Express lanes for senior citizens in all government offices and commercial establishments
  1. Social Pension para sa Indigent Senior Citizens – binibigyan ng Php 500/buwan (o Php 1,500/3 buwan) Kailangang tanungin sa DSWD sa bayan o siyudad kung ano ang patakaran dito.

“ (1) Social Pension “Indigent senior citizens shall be entitled to a monthly stipend amounting to Five hundred pesos (Php 500.00) to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of senior citizens, subject to a review every two (2) years by Congress, in consultation with the DSWD.”

Iba pang benepisyo para sa mga Mamayang Pilipino (biktima man o hindi)

  1. Edukasyon
    1. Libre ang tuition sa mga government colleges at universities batay sa Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education. Tignan ang listahan ng mga paaralan na sakop nito dito.
    2. Libre ang tuition sa high school, may voucher para sa senior high school kung hindi pwedeng mag-aral sa public high school
  1. PhilHealth – Ang patakaran at detalye para sa mga miyembro ng PhilHealth ay maaring makita dito.

 

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