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The allowance is not payable to short-term staff, staff who either receive a daily subsistence allowance (DSA) or who are assigned to peace-keeping activities and are on mission subsistence allowance (MSA), United Nations Volunteers, consultants, holders of Special Service Agreements (SSAs) or those working under similar contractual arrangements.

Amounts of hardship allowance

The hardship amount varies according to the staff member’s grade and status:

HARDSHIP ALLOWANCE, effective 1 January 2009

(Annual amounts in United States dollars)

Group 1 (P1 to P3)

Group 2 (P4 and P5)

Group 3 (D1 and above)

Duty Station

Dependency status

Single status

Dependency status

Single status

Dependency Status

Single status

H

--

--

--

--

--

--

A

--

--

--

--

--

--

B

5 670

4 250

6 800

5 100

7 940

5 950

C

10 210

7 650

12 470

9 360

14 740

11 060

D

13 610

   10 210

15 880

11 910

18 140

13 610

E

17 010

12 760

20 410

15 310

22 680

17 010

Adjustment

The Amounts of the allowance are reviewed every three years by the International Civil Service Commission by reference to: (a) the average movement of net base salary plus post adjustment in the eight headquarters of the United Nations system; (b) the movement of the out-of-area index used for post adjustment based on inflation factors in 21 countries; (c) and the movement of the base/floor salary scale.

Mobility Allowance

Mobility in the United Nations common system

The concept of mobility includes movement within and across organizations in the United Nations common system, occupations and geographic locations. For the purpose of the mobility and hardship scheme, mobility is the geographic reassignment of a staff member for a period of one year or more from one duty station to another.

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