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Promoting an Integral Social Protection System

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dc.contributor.author World Bank
dc.date.accessioned 2014-01-17T00:12:51Z
dc.date.available 2014-01-17T00:12:51Z
dc.date.issued 2013-04
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10986/16576
dc.description.abstract This note reviews the challenges in Mexico s social protection system and possible options to achieve an integral and effective system that is more than the sum of its parts. Mexico s social protection system includes contributory social security schemes, social assistance programs, and labor market programs. The contributory social security schemes offer pensions and health insurance to formal sector workers to protect against income shocks and help smooth consumption over the life cycle. The recent noncontributory Social Protection System in Health (SPSH) provides health insurance to people not covered by formal schemes. To prevent poverty and promote greater human development, Mexico has several social assistance interventions, including Oportunidades, a conditional cash transfer program for the chronically poor, and 70 y Mas, a noncontributory old-age income-support program. Finally, the social protection system also includes several labor market interventions that promote employability, facilitate job matching, and protect workers against economic shocks. This note reviews the progress achieved so far by Mexico s social protection system and its remaining challenges to achieve an integrated system that provides effective protection to all Mexicans from income shocks, that helps them smooth consumption over the life cycle and promotes greater human development. en
dc.language English
dc.language.iso en_US
dc.publisher Washington, DC
dc.relation.ispartofseries Mexico policy note;no. 5
dc.rights CC BY 3.0 IGO
dc.rights.uri http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo
dc.subject USER FEES
dc.subject USE OF HEALTH SERVICES
dc.subject DIETS
dc.subject SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
dc.subject CRISES
dc.subject SAVINGS
dc.subject LABOR MARKETS
dc.subject WORKERS
dc.subject UNEMPLOYMENT
dc.subject HEALTH FACILITIES
dc.subject EMERGENCIES
dc.subject SAFETY
dc.subject MORTALITY
dc.subject PRODUCTIVITY
dc.subject CHILD CARE
dc.subject COUNSELING
dc.subject HEALTH SECTOR
dc.subject CITIZENS
dc.subject TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT
dc.subject LONGER LIVES
dc.subject SECONDARY SCHOOL
dc.subject HEALTH SERVICE
dc.subject URBAN AREAS
dc.subject CANCER
dc.subject PUBLIC HEALTH CARE
dc.subject HEALTH SERVICES
dc.subject FISCAL REFORM
dc.subject RETIREMENT
dc.subject INTERNATIONAL TRENDS
dc.subject OLD AGE
dc.subject COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
dc.subject LABOR FORCE
dc.subject HEALTH REFORM
dc.subject URBAN POVERTY
dc.subject HEALTH SYSTEMS
dc.subject SOCIAL SECURITY
dc.subject AGING
dc.subject FAMILIES
dc.subject JOB CREATION
dc.subject DROPOUT
dc.subject DISASTERS
dc.subject SOCIAL PROGRAMS
dc.subject POPULATION GROUPS
dc.subject RESOURCE ALLOCATION
dc.subject LABOUR
dc.subject SAFETY NETS
dc.subject INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS
dc.subject LABOR MARKET
dc.subject RISK MANAGEMENT
dc.subject PRESIDENTIAL DECREE
dc.subject ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES
dc.subject MATERNAL MORTALITY
dc.subject PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURE
dc.subject DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
dc.subject LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION
dc.subject VULNERABLE GROUPS
dc.subject PROGRESS
dc.subject HOUSING
dc.subject SERVICE QUALITY
dc.subject SERVICE PROVISION
dc.subject SERVICE DELIVERY
dc.subject ECONOMIC CRISES
dc.subject INFORMATION SYSTEM
dc.subject CONSOLIDATION
dc.subject MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO
dc.subject INEQUITIES
dc.subject HEALTH RISKS
dc.subject LEGAL FRAMEWORK
dc.subject NATURAL DISASTERS
dc.subject ILLNESSES
dc.subject INSURANCE PREMIUMS
dc.subject SOCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE
dc.subject RURAL DEVELOPMENT
dc.subject INCOME
dc.subject ALCOHOL ABUSE
dc.subject IMPACT EVALUATIONS
dc.subject HEALTH INSURANCE
dc.subject PREGNANCY
dc.subject SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
dc.subject HEALTH CARE
dc.subject ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES
dc.subject HEALTH SECTOR REFORM
dc.subject CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
dc.subject NUTRITION
dc.subject DAY LABORERS
dc.subject INTEGRATION
dc.subject PENSIONS
dc.subject INVENTORY
dc.subject INSURANCE SCHEMES
dc.subject SUBSISTENCE FARMING
dc.subject INDIGENOUS GROUPS
dc.subject HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY
dc.subject OLD-AGE
dc.subject AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION
dc.subject SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
dc.subject AFFILIATES
dc.subject DIABETES
dc.subject ACCOUNTING
dc.subject INFORMATION SYSTEMS
dc.subject SERVICE PROVIDER
dc.subject HEALTH PROVIDERS
dc.subject LABOR MARKET POLICIES
dc.subject CHRONIC CONDITIONS
dc.subject HUMAN CAPITAL
dc.subject INTERVENTION
dc.subject RURAL AREAS
dc.subject HEALTH SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
dc.subject INCOME SECURITY
dc.subject MEDICINES
dc.subject MUNICIPALITIES
dc.subject HOSPITAL
dc.subject ABILITY TO PAY
dc.subject PROVIDER PAYMENT
dc.subject PUBLIC HEALTH
dc.subject HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
dc.subject YOUNGER WORKERS
dc.subject HEALTH SYSTEM
dc.subject ELDERLY
dc.subject EARLY CHILDHOOD
dc.subject LABOR MARKET INTERVENTIONS
dc.subject TAX COLLECTION
dc.title Promoting an Integral Social Protection System en
dc.rights.holder World Bank


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