Heilongjiang implements the guarantee of bringing unraised Children into the scope of Orphans in Heilongjiang Province
Xinhua News Agency, Harbin, 17 Nov (Reporter Dong Baosen) the reporter learned from the Heilongjiang Provincial Civil Affairs Department that Heilongjiang Province recently issued the "interim opinion on further strengthening the Protection of de facto unsupported Children." Opinions guarantee the inclusion of de facto unraised children in the scope of orphans.
The opinions clearly put forward that the factual unraised children should be brought into the scope of orphans to implement protection, define the object of protection, standardize the identification process, highlight the focus of protection, and strengthen safeguard measures. At the same time, all localities and departments are required to promote the work of unattended children as an important task to ensure and improve people's livelihood, so as to create a good environment for their healthy growth. According to the person in charge of the Heilongjiang Provincial Department of Civil Affairs, the introduction of the opinions has further improved the system in the field of child welfare in Heilongjiang Province.
In terms of basic living security, in fact, the basic living security of unsupported children is guaranteed in accordance with the basic living standards, distribution methods and financial channels of social diaspora orphans.
In addition, in the area of educational aid and assistance, in fact, unraised children are included in the scope of educational assistance with reference to the standards of students with financial difficulties, enjoy the corresponding policy treatment in accordance with the relevant regulations, and give priority to being included in the state aid policy system and the educational support system. The policy of grant and tuition fee remission shall be implemented in accordance with the relevant provisions.
According to reports, the fact that there is no one to raise children refers to what society calls the factual "orphans." both of their parents are alive or only one is alive, but for various reasons they are unable or unable to fulfill their upbringing obligations and live a de facto "orphan" life. Is one of the most difficult groups of children.