SAVE THE MENTALLY DISABLED “LIVING ALONE” FROM POVERTY
Mission: Solve the Severe Relative Poverty in Japan Since 2016
Since September 1, 2016, it has become impossible for the mentally disabled living alone to receive disability pension benefits.
The amount of economic is “at least” US$5,800 (€5,300) to US$7,000 (€6,300) per year. Even during the COVID-19 recession in 2020, the average drop in annual income for Japanese is said to be around US$3,700 (€3,400).
We have already suffered an economic loss of more than 1.5 times that amount since September 2016. This means that the mentally disabled living alone in Japan can no longer live without financial support from others.
Even a small, one-time donation can support us. Please support us with your loving donation.
For more, please see the following articles:
In Japan, It Has Become Extremely Difficult for Only the Mentally Disabled to Receive Disability Pension Benefits Since September 2016
Disability Pension Should Have Been Provided to the Mentally Disabled Living Alone. As an Alternative, I've Started a Donation Campaign