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Implement national social protection systems and measures for all, and achieve substantial coverage of the poor and vulnerable.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community-Based Organizations: Grassroots organizations that focus on local development issues, including social protection initiatives tailored to the needs of the community.

  2. Women's Self-Help Groups: Groups of women who come together for mutual support and empowerment and may implement social protection programs targeted at women and their families.

  3. Community Development Associations: Address various development needs, including social protection and engage in initiatives to enhance the well-being of residents.

  4. Youth Empowerment Organizations: Address social protection needs of young people, providing support in education, employment, and healthcare.

  5. Agricultural Cooperatives: May implement social protection programs for farmers, helping them cope with risks such as crop failure or price fluctuations.

  6. Local Non-Governmental Organizations: Operate at the community level and can be instrumental in designing and implementing social protection interventions tailored to specific local needs.

  7. Elderly Support Groups: Focus on the well-being and social protection of the elderly population within a community.

  8. Community Health Committees: May also address broader social protection issues related to healthcare, nutrition, and disease prevention.

  9. Housing Cooperatives: Work on housing-related issues at the community level may incorporate social protection elements to ensure housing security for vulnerable populations.

  10. Disability Support Organizations: Support individuals with disabilities at the community level and may implement social protection initiatives to enhance accessibility, employment opportunities, and overall well-being.

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