The government denies imposing new conditions on “Solidarity and Karama” beneficiaries

The Media Center of the Council of Ministers revealed that in light of the news reported about imposing new conditions on “Solidarity and Dignity” beneficiaries in the event of converting from traditional exchange cards to “advantage” exchange cards, the center contacted the Ministry of Social Solidarity, which denied these news.

The Ministry stressed that it is not correct to impose new conditions on “Takaful and Karama” beneficiaries in the event of transferring from traditional exchange cards to “advantage” exchange cards, stressing that the conditions that were previously announced, are as they are and there has been no change in them, noting that the steps taken Changing the “Takaful and Karama” exchange card to a Meeza exchange card that only requires going to the social affairs unit to which the beneficiary belongs, then obtaining a Meeza card, as well as obtaining a free “we” mobile line designated for the beneficiary from any distribution outlet and activating it, and obtaining and activating the password From the Social Administration, provided that the “Solidarity and Dignity” card will continue to be valid until the “Meeza” card is activated and activated for exchange, and that is in the governorates of the second phase only, which are (Damietta, Dakahlia, Sharkia, Kafr El-Sheikh, Menoufia, Qalyubia, Beni Suef, Fayoum), as for the rest of the governorates in the coming stages, a plan for distributing Meeza cards is being announced, appealing to the beneficiaries of the program, if any problems are encountered, grievances are submitted on the Inquiry and Complaints Portal for the Takaful and Karama Program via the following link: “”, Or call the hotline “19680”.

In a related context, the targeting conditions for the “Solidarity and Karama” program are that the family applying for the “Solidarity” program has children from newborns to the age of six, and the children and mother frequent health units, or the family has children from six years old to eighteen years old , provided that the children are in different stages of education, or the family has children in above-average or university education, with no early marriage in the family, with the submission of all necessary supporting documents for application and registration, and for the “Karama” program, individuals applying for the “Karama” program : (of the elderly with an age starting from 65 years and above – and of those with a disability or a chronic disease that prevents them from working or reduces their ability to work at the specified legal percentage – orphans with no impediments to exchange according to various verifications).

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