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'I feel more loved.' Autonomy, self-worth and Kenya's universal pension: Summary Report (Development Pathways, Dec 3)
Attach Date 2019/12/09 HIT 810
This is a summary report for ‘I feel more loved.’ Autonomy, self-worth and Kenya’s universal pension. The report focuses on the Inua Jamii Senior Citizens’ Programme which is a tax-financed benefit-tested social pension that is provided to Kenyans when they reach 70 years of age. By ensuring a universal income guarantee to all of Kenya citizens in old age, the programme represents Kenya’s largest tax-financed social security programme and its first entitlement scheme. Read More

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