The Fiji National Provident Fund has received around 300 applications for the Tropical Cyclone Harold withdrawal scheme.
It has paid out a total of $141,000 to 112 members.
“The TC Harold scheme is targeting only those members whose homes were damaged and also reside in
areas that were declared a natural disaster area by the National Disaster Management Office,” FNPF CEO Jaoji Koroi said.
The Fund is working closely with the NDMO and District/Provincial Offices to verify which members were
affected by the cyclone.
FNPF inspectors then visit the affected areas to issue the FNPF Natural Disaster Forms, which is also collected on-site.
FNPF publishes its inspection schedule in the newspapers, broadcasted on radio and is also posted on the Funds social media sites.
Members who have missed out on the inspections have been requested to provide their details to their nearest District Office.
The Fund is also aware of members that have taken to the media to publicise their frustration on the Fund,
its processes and requirements.
“We understand that our members are in a difficult position and we have even gone to the extent of
relaxing some of our requirements, however, we will not compromise our processes.”
“We are governed by our legislation and policies that protects the long term interest of the member. FNPF is here for our member’s retirement and we request that they be mindful of any withdrawal as it leads to the depletion of their retirement funds,” Mr Koroi explains.

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