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The Fiji National Provident Fund will roll out its targeted natural disaster withdrawal scheme this week for members whose homes were damaged or destroyed during Tropical Cyclone Harold.

Teams will be deployed on 15th April to inspect and collect applications from members living in areas that have been classified as worst affected by the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO).

Fiji National Provident Fund offices around the country are closed today due to the adverse weather conditions brought on by Tropical Cyclone Harold.

FNPF’s Chief Executive Officer Mr Jaoji Koroi stated that the Fund is not taking any chances, as the safety of staff and members is paramount.

The inclusion of Suva as a lockdown area now qualifies FNPF members working within these parameters and whose employment has been impacted by COVID-19, to apply for FNPF withdrawal.

The same arrangement implemented for the Lautoka lockdown zone, also applies to working members in the Suva to Nausori corridor.

Following the announcement of the Supplementary Budget for COVID-19 and in collaboration with Government, the Fiji National Provident Fund will be working closely with Employers when it rolls out the withdrawal program for members through existing digital platforms.

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