Cano said the 'pangkabuhayan' package in Cotabato City is one of the many packages for indigents
across the region, also known as the Soccsksargen development hub.
This practice of allowing patients to subsidize their own medicine supposedly violates several rules on health care for indigents
- specifically the No Balance Billing policy in relation to Section 43 R.A.
'We have received [an] EU grant to train the indigents
in gari processing, poultry and fish rearing,' she said.
In a bid to provide government health services to its indigent
residents, Quezon City is set to open a one-stop-shop health center at the Novaliches District Hospital this year.
NO fewer than 100 indigent
patients living with cataract and other visual impairments are to benefit from free treatment by the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, in collaboration with Vision Care, a South Korea-based NGO.
At trial, severe underfunding for state indigent
defense systems has led to low pay, little support, and extreme caseloads--which combine to create conditions where lawyers simply cannot represent clients adequately.
In cases involving indigent
clients, the holistic defense philosophy recognizes that a resolution to the legal matter at hand is not the client's only concern; for example, some indigents
may have substance abuse problems, mental health challenges, or immigration concerns.
(151.) While there are no states that appoint counsel for the assistance in preparing an application for appellate review, Ohio is an example of a state that appoints counsel to help indigents
draft, research, and file an application for reopening a capital case.
Most of those who are arrested and prosecuted are indigent
, and the Supreme Court has ruled that the government has a constitutional obligation to provide lawyers for people who cannot afford to hire their own.
of County Comm'rs of Gooding Count, (4) the Supreme Court of Idaho contemplated possible factors boards of county commissioners may consider in determining whether a patient is medically indigent
under the Medical Indigency Act ("Act").s The Act specifically requires that the patient have insufficient resources to pay for necessary medical services to be considered medically indigent
Deval Patrick's proposal to overhaul the way legal defense is provided for the indigent
aims to save about $45 million annually.