Compensation for Housing Fire


The house fire monetary compensation disbursed in accordance with Council of Ministers decision NO.1839-01 of 2005 on low-income families’ monetary compensation in case of caused by exposure to fire.


Registration is applicable throw submitting a request to the registration and social services throughout all social centers, distribute in all Kingdom of Bahrain’s governorates

Conditions and criteria:


  1. The applicant nationality must be Bahraini.
  2. The residence must be insured.
  3. Must not have passed more than 6 months since the date of fire exposure.
  4. It is permitted to apply for the “house fire monetary compensation” registration even after the house renovating, in case of availability of photographs showing the damage.
  5. The applicant and his wife total income amount shall not exceed than 1500 BD (Bahraini dinars).
  6. If the damaged house is registered in his heir, when the resident total monthly income requested and mentioned in the General administration of Civil Defence report.
  7. The house fire monetary compensation disbursed once in lifetime, except for further fire incident occurs at the same residence.

Documents Required:


  • The applicant must provide the fire incident report, issued from the General administration of Civil Defence.
  • The applicant’s photograph must be provided.
  • A copy of identity card for the applicant and his family members residing with him.
  • Statement of receipt or non-receipt a pension.
  • A copy of the salary certificate for Applicant and his wife.
  • Statement from the Royal Foundation with regard to the widows and orphans.
  • The applicant’s original bank statement, including the international bank account number.
  • A copy the bill relating to the Electricity and water authority.
  • Photographs showing the damage, if available.
  • The procedure
  • The applications are judged by the competent committee to evaluate the disability, according to criteria and Conditions.
  • The designated amount is deposited into the beneficiary's account, at all local banks.





























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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