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MoF pays supplemental wages for 2.414 health professionals

MoF pays supplemental wages for 2.414 health professionals

DILI, 30 november 2021 (TATOLI) – The Ministry of Finance made the payment of the supplementary remuneration to the 2.414 health professionals for their intensive services as frontline workers during the lockdown.

“The Ministry of Finance made the payment of the remuneration supplement to frontline workers of health professionals of the Ministry of Health, with a total amount of US$7.4 million for the period of january and september,” MoF said in a statement.

As it said in the statement, MoH had made the payment of the supplementary remuneration to 854 frontline health professionals from the Health Service of the Municipality of Dili, including paying a total of US$2.4 for health professionals from hospitals across Dili, US$ 4.1 million for the health professional workers at the National Hospital Guido Valadares (HNGV), and US$ 900.000 for the health workers at the Baucau Referal Hospital.

The document also states that MoF has already the payment of the supplementary remuneration to 2.100 frontline workers of Timorese National Defense Force (F-FDTL) with an amount of US$ 6.4.

Earlier this month, the same supplementary remuneration payment was also made for 3.821 frontline workers of the Timorese National Police (PNTL), with an amount of US$5.1 million, for the period of M\march and may 2021.

MoF also had already made the same payment to 449 frontline workers of the Integrated Crisis Management Center (CIGC), totaling US$322.925 for February and May.

The Technical Secretariat of the COVID-19 Fund of the Ministry of Finance also paid on October 12, the supplemental wages to 143 frontline workers of the Migration Service of the Ministry of Interior, with an amount of US$158.790, for the period of march and june.

As of November 8, 2021, MoF has already executed12.7 million USD, equivalent to 25% of the total budget of US$51.9 million allocated for the payments of the supplementary remuneration for the frontline workers across different ministries.

The execution of the Covid-19 Fund had reached US$124.2 million, or 43% of the total allocated budget of US$287.6 million.

 

Journalist: Filomeno Martins 

Editor: Nelia Borges Rosario

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