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  • Focus Operation of the Indigenous Peoples Commission Enacts to Grant the Credit Union
    In order to implement the policy of protecting the financial interests of the Indigenous Peoples, we assisted the Indigenous People in the establishment of the Credit Union (Indigenous People Union in short) to solidify the development, enhance the operating performance, and encourage the credit unions throughout the country (The Deposit Union) to strengthen the process governing the project loans for the Indigenous People, which effectively assists them in obtaining ​​the working capital as required urgently. The Indigenous Peoples Commission announced "Focus Operation of the Indigenous Peoples Commission Enacts to Grant the Credit Union" on August 18, 2016, The Deposit Union with qualification of grant or award can be filed as per rule. The Indigenous Peoples Commission noted that they have made use of the incentives and the capital of The Deposit Union to proceed in "Loans for the working capital of the Indigenous People" and "Living loans for the Indigenous student" since 2000, among of which, the line of credit was exhausted early in each year; as of the end of June 2016, there were a total of 7,071 loan cases which amounting to NTD (hereinafter the same) 327,840,000, indicating that the Project Loan that the Indigenous Peoples Commissions cooperated with The Deposit Union met the need of the tribe and helped them make ​​a smooth turnover. In addition, among 330 The Deposit Unions, the Indigenous People Union which has in-depth development in the tribal homeland accounts for one third (109 unions) of them, as they act like banks in the tribe. Its operation of loan is different from the rigid mechanism and complex procedures in the financial institutions, which may provide convenient local and instant loans, therefore, we prescribe the focus operation herein to regulate it. The focus operation herein applies to grants and incentives; the Indigenous People Union which was set up for at least 2 years may file with subsidy program of operating facilities; the Indigenous People Union which was set up in 2 years may file with subsidy program for the start-up costs, operating expenses and human resource costs in the employment o
  • If you have insured yourself in National Pension, DO remember to apply for Maternity Benefit after having a baby!
    Do you know the ways to apply for Maternity Benefit? How much money can you get? Is there any limitation? Step right up!! *Requirements: 1. Application is available once you are the Insured of National Pension at delivery. 2. Wanna check if you are insured in National Pension?? Check if you have received a National Pension payment notice, or contact Bureau of Labor Insurance for confirmation. *Amount of benefit: 1. The eligible will be paid with 2-month subsidy of 18,282 x 2 (months) =36,564 NTD, 4-month subsidy will be paid if you have twins, and so forth. 2. National Pension Maternity benefit: People giving birth on or after December 18th, 2015 will be paid with 2-month subsidy; people giving birth on/after July 1st, 2011 and before December 18th, 2015 will be paid with 1-month subsidy. (The monthly payroll of National Pension before 2015 is 17,280; From January 1st, 2015, the monthly payroll of National Pension is 18,282). *Steps of Application: The “National Pension Maternity Benefit Application and Benefit Receipt” can be downloaded online on BLI website or can be fetched at local offices. Then, fill out the form and enclose document proofs and mail to BLI, or apply through the E-desk (Personal Declaration and Inquiry) on BLI website with your Citizen Digital Certificate. Choose either way to complete the application. *Required documents: 1. Birth Certificate of infant. 2. Moms who have applied birth certificate for their babies need not to enclose birth certificates. BLI will actively inquire information from the Household database of Ministry of Interior; however, if you haven’t completed the applications, please do enclose another copy of birth certificate! **Restrictions: 1. The male insured cannot claim the pregnancy subsidy on behalf of “Spouse’s Childbirth”. 2. Whoever defaults the National Pension cannot apply for Maternity Benefit. 3. If the insured apply for Maternity Benefit which is covered by National Pension, Labor’s Insurance and Farmer’s Health Insurance synchronically, the insured shall choose one benefit source. 4. Applicants should claim their applications within five years from the del
  • Decline of loan interest of the indigenous people comprehensive development funds
    In response to Chunghwa Post (Co.,) Ltd. announcing to decline two-year term deposit interest rate to 1.165% since March 30, 2016, the loan interest rate of Indigenous People comprehensive development fund is declined as follows: I. The indigenous people economy industry loan and the indigenous youth business loan: The interest rate shall be added with 0.125% from two-year term deposit of Chunghwa Post (Co.,) Ltd. and downgraded to 1.29%. II. Indigenous people microeconomy activity Loan:  1. For production: The interest rate shall be added with 0.125% by two-year term deposit of Chunghwa Post (Co.,) Ltd. and downgraded to 1.29%.  2. For consumption and turnover: The interest rate shall be added with 0.625% by two-year term deposit of Chunghwa Post (Co.,) Ltd. and declined to 1.79%. III. The interest rate which applies to new/old household with loan shall turn to use the declined interest rate by the declining day. The indigenous peoples are reminded by the indigenous people committee that in case of any query regarding to our loan business, please consult with finance instructor of local governments in the place where business is operated; no outsourcing, so as to avoid fraud.  Any individual indigenous people who demands for making a loan shall download related info on the website of our comprehensive development fund management site (http://ipl.efarm.org.tw). Processed by: Pan, Ro-An TEL: (02)8995-3243
  • The Flying Eagle Employment Program for indigenous young people is kicking off now
    The Flying Eagle Employment Program for indigenous young people is kicking off now. Welcome all enterprises to take part in creating triple winning target by training the young people, creating a stable employment environment and with free of charge . This is a win-win situation for all of us! Where are you, outstanding indigenous friends??? Flying Eagle Employment Program is definitely your best choice. Let us accompany you when you are in desperate needs and let us find you the most suitable job opportunities together. I. Program Objectives: 1. Encouraging indigenous college graduates to develop their careers in the society by enrolling them first in the work and train them afterwards through a series of preparation programs to enhance their work competitiveness in order to achieve work objectives and visions.  2. Encouraging enterprises to employ indigenous college graduates so as to increase youth employment rates, make young people feel the effectiveness of the government employment program, and ultimately achieve the results of training the youths, stabilizing employment rate and free cash equivalent, a win-win situation for all.  II. Program Duration: From 1st January 2015 to 31st August 2017 Preparations: From 1st January 2015 to 31st May 2015 Operation Closes: From 1st September 2017 to 31st December 2017 III. Program task items and content: 1. Program implementing area: Nationwide 2. Quota for the employment program: 20 persons 3. Qualifications for enterprises and institutions: Enterprises and institutions to which Indigenous Peoples Employment Rights Protection Act (herein called the act), article 12 section 1, apply from 2009 onwards or government registered enterprises.  4. Qualifications for employees: Indigenous young people born in 1985 and from onwards who served the compulsory army service and have a college degree.  5. Program task items and content: (1) Orientation for enterprises: Program orientation will be held for qualified enterprises in order to give further information of the program as well as to inquire their intention to join the program, so that enterpri
  • From 2016, Indigenous People Miniature Economic Activity Loan is Acceptable in “Whole year”
    In order to properly assist the miniature cash flow needs of indigenous people, Council of Indigenous Peoples provides the financing ways to properly reduce the indigenous people’s burden. This year (2016), the  smile loan is acceptable in “whole year”. It will assist approximately 1,700 indigenous families’ economic flow, and at least 250 indigenous businesses for the miniature cash flow.       For the indigenous people who have the loan request can go to the financial institution belongs to their households, working places, or business places to apply the loan with relevant documents during the business hours. The credit line will not change. Please refer to the “Download” for relevant information.        Council of Indigenous Peoples appeals the indigenous people to apply the smile loan, instead of the high interest loan from illegal banks if there is any miniature cash flow request, avoiding the high burden trap; moreover, do not entrust others, preventing the money from any scam. Council of Indigenous Peoples also remind the people should attach great importance to the personal credit, because the loan is not “financial subsidy”, it is necessary to repay each month while the loan was acceptable, or it will exist a bad credit record, which will impact the loan, checks, credit cards application approval conditions in the future.   In order to provide the loan consulting, start-up proposal consulting, loan procedure assistance, loan extension assistance, and communication with the financial institution for the indigenous people, Council of Indigenous Peoples employ “Financing consultant” to assist indigenous people. Please contact us by the phone in there are any problems. Please refer to the “Download” for the phone number.
  • 2014 Indigenous Language Skills Tests and Registration Form
    This year, the “2014 Indigenous Language Skills Certification Test” shall be hosted by National Taiwan Normal University, commissioned by the Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP). Registration opens on September 1st (Monday) and closes on September 30th (Tuesday). Test date: December 20th (Saturday). Register Online only: Register 24 hours a day, seven days a week exclusively at: http://ipt.sce.ntnu.edu.tw/ipt103/   For More Information Please Contact National Taiwan Normal University Registration Hotline: (886) (02) 2321-9585.
  • The Beauty for A Day Awaits You at Yuli
    Roaming amidst the Golden Sea of Sun-dried Daylilies The Beauty for A Day Awaits You at Yuli: Green Transportation System with Free Ridership For A Speedy Light Rail Trip Along the East Coast Main Line Between Hualien and Taitung Across Undisturbed Ancestral Domains of Indigenous Peoples:     Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) launched electrification work on the East Coast Main Line between Hualien and Taitung with the inauguration of electric services started up and running from late June 2014. The fastest train from Taipei to Taitung stops only at the Hualien and Yuli stations en route. Luckily, the month of August is considered as one of the most auspicious times to visit Hualien and Yuli, where the Daylily—also referred to as “beauty for a day”—blooms every year from August till September, so, if one happens to be there, one would definitely be enchanted and delighted to roam amidst the Golden Sea of sun-dried Daylilies that blankets the beautiful hills of Mt. Chike in Yuli Township and Mt. Sixty Stone in Fuli Township of Hualien. Moreover, in July and August, the Joint Harvest Festival is the most important event for tribal communities in Hualien, so, if one happens to be there, one could join the Harvest Festival to learn about a diversity of cultures, traditions, beliefs and aspirations of Indigenous Peoples and/or visit the local tribes for an in-depth experience of the Indigenous cultural heritage. Carpe diem! As appropriate, the Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP) decides to "seize the day" by coming up with a marvelous blend of practical considerations with imaginative solutions—the “Green and Intelligent Transportation” combined with the “Tribe Immersion Spiritual Journey.” As such, specifically, August 15, 16, 22, and 23 shall be the “Tribe Live Immersion Days” with free Shuttle Bus services to facilitate passenger mobility; in addition, free trial services of the electric cars and electric locomotives will also be put at your disposal until the end of September. So why not get away from city crowds and go for a speedy light rail trip, riding on the eastbound
  • Save Our Own Dying Languages:On Our Own Initiatives!Starting Today:2014 Annual Symposium on Teaching and Revitalizing Indigenous Languages
    To ensure the continued survival of endangered Indigenous languages by means of training and educating language teaching professionals who are competent to assume responsibilities for revitalization of languages belonging to each distinct ethnic group, the Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the CIP) launched a series of symposia in this regard. Starting today (Monday, August 18) is the “2014 Annual Symposium on Training Program for Tribal Educators and Experts on Linguistics, Language Renewal, and Language Teaching” -- with its tight schedule of thirty-six (36) hours’ intensive courses of professional know-how on teaching and reviving twelve (12) tribal languages. As such, the Training Program is to be thoroughly completed during a period of five (5) days four (4) nights by seventy (70) trainees at the campus of National Dong Hwa University in the middle of Hualien County.  As far as participants’ eligibility is concerned, the Training Program is tailor-made for the following three (3) focus groups, namely: 1) Certified personnel whose certificates of Indigenous language skills are issued between 2002 and 2011; 2) Indigenous Persons currently belonging to in-service Indigenous languages teaching staff; and 3) Indigenous head start preschool, early learning and care centre educators, teachers and staff teaching tribal languages. Furthermore, courses of the Training Program focus on professional skills of the following four (4) targeted areas, namely: 1) Curriculum Development: Developing Indigenous language teaching materials and textbooks useful for learners; 2) Classroom Management: Setting Up a classroom for Indigenous languages learners; 3) Cultural Focuses: Embedding in teaching materials and learning activities different cultures and folk life belonging to distinct ethnic groups; and 4) Syllabus Design: Supporting school communities in teaching Indigenous languages. As such, it is the earnest hope of the CIP that upon completion of the Training Program, all participants shall be qualified educators who are competent to assume responsibilities for revitalization of a particular Indigenous language
  • Starting August 1st, 2014: Phase Two (2) of “Community Emergency Capital Support & Credit Union Loan Program” Activated and Officially Announced by The Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP)
    To serve Indigenous individuals and families in financial distress and to maximize their ability to live independently and with dignity, the Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the CIP) continues its ongoing effort to alleviate Indigenous Persons in urgent need of capital support, through the Credit Union Loan Program open—from August 1st on to September 30, 2014—at every branch of Credit Union all over Taiwan. The second (2nd) phase of the “Community Emergency Capital Support & Credit Union Loan Program”—with a total amount of 25 million NT dollars (NT$25,000,000) assistance capital—embraces every Indigenous Person in need, with open arms. It is the earnest hope of the CIP that Indigenous members of the Credit Union shall take this opportunity to have their basic needs met with dignity as well as secure their skills and resources to achieve self-sufficiency. In order to help out Indigenous Persons who incur capital expenditure necessary to safeguard life and property in exceptional circumstances beyond their control, in January 2014 the Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP) launched the first (1st) phase of the “Community Emergency Capital Support & Credit Union Loan Program,” which is widely hailed as a godsend, with a total amount of 25 million NT dollars (NT$25,000,000) soon to be exhausted by a total number of 537 borrowers so far. As a consequence, for the purpose of responding to the urgent financial needs of more Indigenous Peoples, the second (2nd) phase of the “Credit Union Loan Program” is hereby activated and officially announced to be open again in August 2014. Through this “Community Emergency Capital Support & Credit Union Loan Program,” the CIP aims to fulfill its mission of promoting thrift and meeting the credit needs of Indigenous Peoples, particularly those of modest means, so as to enhance their credit building capacity, boost Indigenous employability, maintain their competitive advantage, successfully manage their daily finances, and, ultimately, improve economic opportunities in communities and plan for the future in the spirit of inter
  • Information Security Policy
    Information Security Policy Welcome to the official website of Council of Indigenous Peoples, Executive Yuan. This “Information Security Policy Announcement” (ISPA) is made to facilitate visitors’ security use of services offered by this website. Please consult the following with caution: First: Application of ISPA ISPA is applied to visitors who scan, read and download all kinds of information, electronic files and figures available on this website. Second: Information Security and Protection Firewalls, invasion detect systems, anti-virus systems and other indispensable information systems are installed on this website to prevent illegal invasion, destruction and theft of information. Any information on this website, including personal information, is under strict protection Third: Regulation on Information and Mail Transmission This website sends regular update emails to subscribers who can also cancel subscription on this website. Visitors must note that these emails are not encrypted and confidential messages contained in these emails (such as ID numbers) will risk undesirable disclosure. Visitors should consider registered mails for the transmission of such messages. Relevant Regulations: Four: Measures for Self-Protection For the protection of personal interests, visitors are advised to keep personal information and secret codes strictly to themselves. Five: Questions concerned ISPA Please call at 02-25571600 Ext. 1318 for further information on ISPA.
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