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5.10 Social protection: Working Out of Poverty
● The impact of poor health, particularly HIV/AIDS, on employment
and incomes and the policy priorities.
● Financing of health care and the potential for extending insurance
schemes to people living in or vulnerable to poverty.
● Income support systems for families with school-age children, the elderly
and people with disabilities.
● Reform of existing social insurance schemes with a view to a mediumterm
strategy for extension of coverage and synergies with small-scale
● Improvement of mechanisms for establishing and enforcing minimum
● Occupational health and safety policies, with particular focus on hazardous
occupations such as agriculture, construction, mining and smallscale
manufacturing, where many lower income workers are employed.
● Community maternity support.
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