New rounds for FNPF’s COVID-19 Unemployment Relief will open on Monday, specifically for members who can self-fund from their General Account

New rounds for FNPF’s COVID-19 Unemployment Relief will open on Monday, specifically for members who can self-fund from their General Account

By Naveel Krishant
Thursday 16/12/2021

The new rounds for the Fiji National Provident Fund COVID-19 Unemployment Relief will open on Monday 20th December 2021, specifically for members who can self-fund from their General Account.

The re-start of phases two, four and the voluntary members’ relief, will assist members who continue to be unemployed as a result of the health pandemic.

FNPF CEO, Viliame Vodonaivalu says after gauging the feedback from members, the Fund decided to open another round of relief for members who had sufficient General Account balance.

Vodonaivalu says the new rounds will be for those members who continue to be unemployed or are currently on leave without pay and members who recently lost their jobs due to redundancies and non-vaccination also qualify for this relief.

The minimum General Account balance required for this assistance is $135 with a minimum withdrawal amount of $100 and maximum of $2,000.

All applications are to be submitted through the myFNPF App and there will be a one-off payment and funds will be paid through bank transfer or Vodafone M-PaiSA.


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