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Dutch child benefit
Financial support for parents of children under 18.
Dutch old age pension (AOW pension)
A pension for people who have reached AOW pension age.
Dutch survivor benefit (Anw)
A benefit if your partner or parents have died.
Staying covered by Dutch social insurance if you work outside the Netherlands temporarily.
Not living or working in the Netherlands but still insured under the AOW and Anw schemes.
A benefit for people who wish to return to their country of origin.
Income support for people who do not have a full AOW pension and have little or no other income.
Victims of Persecution 1940-1945 (Wuv)
Schemes and legislation offering financial support to victims of the Second World War and the Bersiap period and their next of kin.
Victims of violent acts of war (Wubo)
The Benefit Act for Civilian War Victims 1940-1945 (Wubo) offers financial support to people who underwent violent war experiences as civilians during the Second World War or who were victims of violence during the Bersiap period in the former Dutch East Indies.
Members of the the Dutch resistance (Wbp)
The Extraordinary Pension Act 1940-1945 (Wbp) offers financial support to people who participated in the resistance against the hostile occupying force in Europe during the Second World War.
Members of the resistance in the Dutch East Indies (Wiv)
The Extraordinary Pension Act for Resistance in the Dutch East Indies (Wiv) offers financial support to people who participated in the resistance against the hostile occupying force in Asia during the Second World War.
Sailors who are war victims (Wbpzo)
The Extraordinary Pension Act for Merchant Navy War Victims (Wbpzo) offers financial support for people who, as sailors during the Second World War, suffered damage to their health due to the war or an injunction to continue sailing.
Therapy for members of the post-war generation (Tvp)
The Tvp scheme (temporary psychotherapy reimbursement scheme for the post-war generation) is an expense allowance scheme for children of victims of war who require psychotherapy. This allowance is paid by the SVB.