In this YouTube video, we discuss the non-contributive pensions in Argentina and how they benefit single mothers with disabilities and seven children. We delve into the transition process from the previous pension system to the current one, which allows beneficiaries to choose between the Ministry of Health or the Ministry of Social Development.
To be eligible for this pension, individuals need to have a disability level of at least 76%. We emphasize that the application process is personal and free, urging viewers to avoid intermediaries or lawyers. We assure them that we are here to assist and address all their concerns and queries.
Furthermore, we highlight the collaboration between ANSES (National Administration of Social Security) and our ministry, as well as our ongoing efforts to ensure quality and comprehensive assistance for beneficiaries. We also mention the presence of Dr. Estela Regidor, who is actively involved in this endeavor.
If you have any questions or doubts regarding non-contributive pensions, we encourage you to join us for an informative session at the Ministry of Social Development in Buenos Aires on July 9th. Your presence is crucial, and we are committed to providing clarity and support to all individuals seeking this important benefit.
**Tags**: Música, Buenos Aires, Argentina, non-contributive pensions, single mothers, disabilities, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Social Development, ANSES
*For more information about non-contributive pensions in Argentina, visit the [Ministry of Social Development’s official website](https://www.desarrollosocial.gob.ar/).*
*If you’d like to learn more about the National Administration of Social Security (ANSES), access their [official website](https://www.anses.gob.ar/).*
*For questions or inquiries, please contact us at [email protected]*