Starting 16th November for the next few weeks, nine teams of Social Security technicians, the IRN, the Regional Directorate of Agriculture and Fisheries of the Centre and the North (DRAP) and the Agency for Administrative Modernization (AMA), will visit 18 municipalities in the centre and north of the country, providing various services to those who were affected by the fires in October.
These mobile units will help the population and companies affected by the fires to know the various support available.
The deployment will be in the form of mobile units operating from vehicles with computers providing the following services:
- Information of social support provided to the populations affected by the fires;
- Information of social benefits granted by Social Security;
- Regerting those with social or medical monitoring needs;
- Information on support available to affected businesses and support for those unemployed;
- Information and issuing of certificates, requisition of the identification document or 2nd copy of the on-site registration certificate;
- Information on the situation of burned vehicles;
- Information to support farmers and replenish productive potential.
The teams of the mobile units are properly identified and none of the services provided will involve any type of payment.
This joint action by the Ministries of Labour, Solidarity and Social Security, Justice, Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Development, and the Presidency and Administrative Modernization aims to bring public services closer to the populations affected by the fires, making contact with the population in these areas.