What is an AOR benefit?
The General War Injuries Scheme for Indonesia (AOR) was founded in 1941 by the government of the Dutch East Indies. The Dutch government implements this scheme for Dutch nationals living outside Indonesia. The AOR scheme offers financial support to people who:
- suffered war injuries between 8 December 1941 and 1 February 1954 in the Dutch East Indies or New Guinea as citizens or conscripts but not regular soldiers, and
- have Dutch nationality and are not living in Indonesia when they claim an AOR benefit.
Widows and widowers of civilian war victims who died as a result of war injuries may qualify for financial support if they meet certain conditions.