What kind of life a retired person of 65 years and more may have if no pension benefit is paid to him or her? Some developing countries have adopted different policies in the previous three decades, and others are in the process of reforming their pension systems for addressing this big challenge. This book provides the answers to these questions: What are the approaches which have contributed in improving the pension coverage rate in various countries? What are the new feasible strategies to extend the pension coverage to informal sector and self-employed in a developing country? Using the mobile phone pension applications for members registration and contribution payment, applying the integrated Social security education programme are the two main proposed strategies in this book to help Governments in developing countries to address the challenge of pension coverage. This book may be useful for the policy makers, policy advisers, social security specialists, pension funds administrators, social protection specialists, researchers and students.
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