The President of Turkmenistan signs the Resolution on allowances to the salary of medical personnel

For successful implementation of the State Health Program, assertion of the principles of healthy life style in the society, improvement of provision of the population with qualitative medical services, strengthening of social protection as well as for further improvement of social and living conditions of personnel of health protection sphere, the President of Turkmenistan has signed the Resolution.

The document assigns to pay allowance to the amount of 15 percent from monthly salary wages to personnel of health protection sphere and government medical facilities participating in the strengthening and protection of health of the citizens under prevention of entry and spread of acute infectious disease appeared in the world in the period of conducting of such works.

Starting from January 1, 2021, the document also assigns the following:

To pay allowance of 20 percent of average salary wage to personnel of health protection sphere working in the government medical facilities in remote villages with difficult access, which are specified in the Resolution;

To pay allowance of 10 percent of average salary wages to personnel of health protection sphere working in the government medical facilities in the villages apart from ones specified in point no.1;

According to the legislation of Turkmenistan, the Ministry of Health Protection and Medical Industry and local administrations are to provide the utmost provision of private living houses, which are built under the government programs, as well as land plots for construction of private living houses to relative rural personnel of health protection sphere, who are mentioned in the Resolution.

 

 

Source: Turkmenistan State News Agency-TDH

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