ArmInfo.Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan held a meeting on May 21 to discuss issues relating to reforming the family assessment system.
As the press service of the RA government reports, during the meeting, generalized research was conducted on the current state of the system, introduced since 1994, and more commonly known as the Paros system, assessment principles, types of assistance and family involvement over the years , the presence of subjectivity, lack of motivation to log off. During the meeting, a preliminary version of the new system was presented, based on the idea of introducing poverty reduction mechanisms, the assessment of the needs of the assistance package, a significant reduction in subjective criteria and the human factor, and the motivation to exit the system. On the submitted proposals, an exchange of views took place.Summing up the discussions, the Prime Minister noted that the current family safety assessment system is not aimed at overcoming poverty, and the government's priority is to make assistance to socially vulnerable families as targeted as possible. The head of government stressed that state support should have a tangible impact on eradicating extreme poverty. Nikol Pashinyan instructed to continue the discussion.