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• social safety net measures for groups and families, who fall into or risk

falling into destitution

The government is attempting to reach social groups presently outside the

safety net provided by existing institutions (principally non-government),

especially the aged, children, unemployed and marginalized or excluded

minorities.

• social protection measures to help the poor (and the non-poor) sustain

consumption during and following sudden loss of income or high

emergency expenditures through risk management type savings and

insurance schemes

This refers to the government’s short-term and long-term measures, some

introduced after the 1997 Crisis, to deal with income insecurity in the form

of a pension program, health insurance, severance pay, an unemployment

welfare fund and other programs.