Poland - Government will pay minimum pension to mothers of four or more children - January 31, 2019

The Prime Minister explained to a news conference that this government's new "Mum 4 plus" programme aimed to benefit “mothers and grandmothers who have devoted their lives to bringing up children” and deserved “gratitude and respect” from society and state authorities. The new social assistance programme is designed to solve the problem of women who have given birth to and raised at least four children but have not acquired the right to a minimum state pension. The maternal pensions will benefit nearly 90,000 citizens.

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