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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Office, International Labor.
Zanzibar : Social protection expenditure and performance review and social budget.
Geneva : International Labour Office, ©2010
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
International Labor Office
|Notes:||7.3 Way Forward.|
|Description:||1 online resource (233 pages)|
|Contents:||Abbreviations; Introduction; 1. Demographic, labour market, economic and social environments; 1.1 Structure of the population; 1.2 Fertility rates; 1.3 Life expectancy at birth and infant mortality rates; 1.4 Rural versus Urban population; 1.5 Labour market; 1.6 Zanzibar's Macroeconomic environment; 1.7 Health status; 1.8 Household incomes and income distribution and poverty; 1.9 Conclusions; 2. Degrees of informality: Prevailing patterns in the Zanzibar labour market and social security coverage; 2.1 How people work: Employment status of the population; 2.2 Where people work. 2.2.1 Employment by legal form of establishment2.3 Where people work: Formal sector activities and employmentin the informal sector; 2.4 Paid employees; 2.5 Informality of employment; 2.5.1 Employed in the formal sector; 2.5.2 Formal employment; 2.5.3 Formal economy; 2.6 Conclusions; 3. Living conditions: Poverty and vulnerability in Zanzibar; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Defining Poverty in Zanzibar; 3.3 Poverty in Zanzibar; 3.4 Living conditions of the poor; 3.4.1 Housing conditions and safe drinking water; 3.5 Levels of educational attainment and access to education; 3.6 Health status. 3.7 Vulnerability3.7.1 Meeting Food Needs; 3.7.2 Accessing Health Services; 3.7.3 HIV/AIDS; 3.7.4 Household size and composition; 3.7.5 Orphanhood; 3.7.6 Disability; 3.8 Conclusions; 3.9 Priority areas for action; 4. Contributory and non-contributory services and programmes; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Pension system in Zanzibar; 4.2.1 Overview of the Zanzibar Social Security Fund (ZSSF); 4.2.2 Assessment of pension system's performance; 4.3 Non-contributory services and programmes; 4.3.1 Introduction; 4.3.2 Zanzibar's education system; 4.3.3 Education policy 2006; 4.3.4 MKUZA. 4.3.5 Zanzibar education development programme4.3.6 Financing; 4.3.7 Literacy; 4.3.8 Tiers of education provision; 4.4 Conclusions; 4.4.1 Zanzibar's health system; 4.4.2 Health Care Policy; 4.4.3 Health Care Financing; 4.5 Findings of a mapping exercise of public and NGOs engaged in socialprotection provision in Zanzibar; 4.5.1 ZAKAT and other faith based provision; 4.5.2 Child Labour; 4.6 Conclusions; 5. Social budget; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Demographic and macro-economic assumptions; 5.2.1 Projection of the total population of Zanzibar; 5.2.2 Projected macro-economic environment. 5.3 Zanzibar's Social Budget5.3.1 Projection methodology of each component of the Social Budget; 5.4 The Social Insurance Budget (ZSSF); 5.5 Results of projections: The Social Budget; 6. The costs and benefits of social protection in Zanzibar; 6.1 Defining a package Social Protection benefits; 6.2 Costing a Social Protection package in Zanzibar; 6.2.1 Calculating the cost of a universal pension; 6.3 Indexation of benefits; 6.4 The possible benefits of Social Protection in Zanzibar; 6.5 Review of analysis; 6.6 Conclusions; 7. Conclusions; 7.1 What is the picture?; 7.2 Key Findings.|
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