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Extending social protection in health

International Conference on Social Health Insurance in Developing Countries (2005 Berlin, Germany)

Extending social protection in health

developing countries" experiences, lessons learnt, and recommendations

by International Conference on Social Health Insurance in Developing Countries (2005 Berlin, Germany)

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Published by GTZ, VAS in Eschborn, Germany, Frankfurt .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementInternational Conference on Social Health Insurance in Developing Countries, Berlin, 05-07 December 2005 ; International Labour Office, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH, World Health Organization ; [compiled and edited by Jens Holst and Assia Brandrup-Lukanow on behalf of the German Agency for Technical Cooperation and the Federal Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development (BMZ)]
ContributionsHolst, Jens, Brandrup-Lukanow, Assia, International Labour Organisation, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit, World Health Organization
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA412.5.D48 I58 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination225 p. :
Number of Pages225
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24389748M
ISBN 103888644259
ISBN 109783888644252
LC Control Number2010450456
OCLC/WorldCa155834190

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  Humans have a tendency to anthropomorphize robots, but we are also experiencing an increase in robots specifically designed to engage with us socially. A “social robot” is a physically embodied, autonomous agent that communicates with humans through social cues, learning adaptively and mimicking human social states. If we perceive social Cited by: Social Protection as one of the key elements of Pro-Poor Growth. One clear omission in the global discussion about social protection this far has been the lack of a deeper analysis of the human rights-based foundations implications and outcomes of social protection. This is a significant analytical gap that must be filled.

21 Jun ''The Politics of Implementation or Why Institutional Interaction Matters: The Role of Traditional Authorities in Delivering Pro-poor Social Policies in Kenya'' (Download pdf) and ''Social Protection in Ghana and Kenya through an Inclusive Development Lens: Complex Effects and Risks'' (Download pdf) published within the Social and Health Policies for Inclusive Growth (SHPIG. A Global Social Protection Floor • Includes a basic and modest set of social security benefits for all citizens • 4 types of social transfers in cash or in kind: • Financing universal access to essential health care • Income security for all children through child benefits • Some modest conditional support for the poor in active age.


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Extending Social Protection in Health 1 1. Setting the Scene Social Health Insurance in Development Cooperation Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul1 The Berlin Conference on Social Protection in Health has addressed an issue of vital importance, particularly for people in developing countries.

We are living at the. Extending Social Security to All Extending Social Security to All. This book outlines basic concepts such as the social protection floor and the social security staircase, analyses the affordability of various approaches, and examines the results of practices around the world, especially in low- and middle-income countries.

Social security represents an investment in a nation's human infrastructure. This book outlines basic concepts such as the social protection floor and the social security staircase, analyzes the Author: International Labor Office.

The GTZ/ILO/WHO Consortium on Social Health Protection in Developing Countries is an international consortium where member organizations work together to advice developing countries in developing and extending social health protection.

Extending social protection through health micro-insurance schemes to women in the informal economy: Gender strategy. This paper seeks to present possible strategies for ILO in extending social protection to women and men in the informal economy in the Philippines through gender-responsive health micro-insurance schemes.

Social Protection is a priority of the SDGs and for the ILO •5 SDG targets Target - Implement nationally appropriate social protection systems and measures for all, including floors, and by achieve substantial coverage of the poor and the vulnerable Target - Achieve universal health coverage, including financial risk protection.

The handling of social protection responsibilities in government structures 41 3. Reviewing experience and policy approaches 42 Poor people’s realities: implications for social protection from participatory research 42 Social protection through institutions outside the state: the historical experience of developed countries   ILO Recommendation Concerning National Floors of Social Protection tackles these issues in a comprehensive approach focusing on: Extending related coverage requires guaranteeing universality through a rights-based approach covering the total population in well-coordinated social protection schemes providing for health care and income by: 4.

EXTENDING COVERAGE: SOCIAL PROTECTION AND THE INFORMAL ECONOMY investigation for the RNSF project and for this book on social protection in the informal economy. Goursat, Social Health Protection, ILO Lusaka. Many of the workers in the formal economy can take certain things for granted: a regular income, health insurance, unemployment benefits if they lose their jobs, and a pension when they retire.

Such things are a distant dream for workers in the informal economy, who in many countries make up most of the workforce. For them, unemployment, maternity or retirement can push. capacity, and politics.

Current evidence gaps are: (1) scaling up social protection coverage to the national level in low-income countries; and (2) extending social protection into fragile states and difficult environments. evereux, S. & Sabates‐Wheeler, R. Editorial introduction: Debating social protection.

IDS Bulletin, 38 (3), Why we need social protection This is the first in a series of four policy guides developed to support policymakers and practitioners in Asia and the Pacific in their efforts to strengthen social protection. This first guide explains the basic principles File Size: 2MB. Revisiting policies to achieve progress towards universal health coverage in low‐income countries: Realizing the pay‐offs of national social protection floors Xenia Scheil‐Adlung Pages: The options for extending social protection are (a) extending the compulsory coverage of social insurance; (b) promoting voluntary coverage by contributory schemes; (c) introducing universal.

Extending Social Protection to Informal Workers in the Horticulture Global Value Chain Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Through case studies of African, Asian, and Latin American countries, this book examines the ‘global phenomenon’ of recent social protection reforms in low and middle-income areas, and how it differs across countries both in terms of scope and speed of institutional : $ "Social protection is a grassroots reality: Making the case for policy reflections on community‐based social protection actors and services in Africa," Development Policy Review, Overseas Development Institute, vol.

36(S2), pagesSeptember. Social Protection Discussion Paper Series Extending Social Protection to Informal Workers in the Horticulture Global Value Chain Armando Barrientos Stephanie Ware Barrientos June Social Protection Unit Human Development Network The World Bank Social Protection Discussion Papers are not formal publications of the World by: The Coverage Gap in Social Health Protection One of the key priorities on the emerging global agenda of social protection is universal health coverage (UHC): a situation wherein “all individuals and communities receive the health services they need without suffering financial hardship”1.

To increase health care coverage, governments. Extending National Health Protection Sanjiv Nair David M. Dror Ap IST there will be the foundation for broad-based social security framework in rural settings and in the. 3 Social protection: A development priority in the post UN development agenda 1.

Introduction 80% of the global population has no access to comprehensive social protection.Health care reform proposals that aim to provide universal coverage and control costs should define the role of existing public sector health care coverage or service programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, the Department of Veterans Affairs health system, public health services, and various federal block grants to states and communities.

Even if.Social policy is often disparaged as being a burden on society, but this book shows that well-designed social protection can be an asset that is critical for sustaining social development. To fulfill its potential, however, social protection now needs to recognise new needs of individuals and families, and new constraints on their functioning.