Social Work and Social Policy: An Introduction: 1st (First)

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Short-term amendments should be implemented speedily in order to facilitate the restructuring process. 18. The four extrabudgetary funds that provide cash and in-kind social welfare benefits at the federal level are the Social Insurance Fund, the Pension Fund, the Employment Fund, and the Fund for Social Support. Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants (CAPI) — The CAPI program provides cash assistance for legal non-citizen senior (65 and older), blind and disabled immigrant residents.

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Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc. (November 24, 2009)

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