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Social pensions and labour inclusion

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Social pensions are cash transfers provided by the State to older persons or persons with disabilities, and to others who have not been engaged with the formal labour market or have not contributed enough during their working life. They are intended to ensure coverage of basic needs through income transfer and, in some cases, to facilitate access to health services and food. Their provision is subject to age requirements, degree of disability and poverty status.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
Sustainable Development Goals:
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