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Social contract can help low-income families in Chukotka
In Chukotka, district authorities offer low-income families a social contract. Roman Kopin, the governor of the region, is sure that this pilot project will improve the quality of life of northerners. Those who sign such an agreement can immediately allocate 50 thousand rubles to the Chukotka District Social Services Center, or pay thousands of rubles monthly on 4.
“State assistance can be directed to the development of personal subsidiary plots. In particular, these are the costs of growing agricultural products, conducting traditional types of crafts and farming. Also, the allocated money can be spent on self-employment, for example, on the purchase of materials, tools, equipment and technology, ”said Tatyana Gornostaeva, head of the social support department of the social policy department of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.
To conclude a social contract, one of the parents from a low-income family must write an application to the local branch of the social service center.