The National Insurance Scheme pays benefits in three (3) categories: Short-Term, Long-Term and Employment Injury. The Short-Term benefits are: Sickness, Maternity and Funeral. The Long-Term benefits are: Age, Invalidity and Survivors. The Employment Injury benefits are: Injury Benefit, Medical Expenses, Disablement Benefit, Constant Attendance Benefit and Death Benefit.

How will you benefit?


Maternity Benefit

This benefit is payable to insured women before or after confinement or to a husband…


Employment Injury Benefit

Employment Injury Benefit is paid to insured persons (including self-employed) who are in…


Funeral Grant

Funeral Grant is a one-time payment intended to assist with the funeral expenses of:…


Age Benefit

Age Benefit is a payment made to an insured person who has attained the…


Invalidity Benefit

Invalidity Benefit is paid to a person who has exhausted his or her entitlement…


Survivors Benefit

Survivors Benefit is paid to the widow/widower, children and a dependant parent of an…


Sickness Benefit

Sickness Benefit is designed to supplement wages lost by an insured person who is…