Evaluation of Social Protection Systems

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Evaluation ofSocial ProtectionSystems
ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................11. Germany......................................................................................................................................12. Social situation at Germany.........................................................................................................23. Evaluation through ISPA CODI matrix assessing existing social protection system.................34. Conclusion with recommendation...............................................................................................3REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTIONSocial protection system consists of programs and policies that are designed to reducevulnerability and poverty, this is done by effective labour market, enhancing capacity to manageeconomy, eliminating individuals exposed to risk, etc. (Skivenes, Barn and Pösö, 2014). For acountry to grow, it requires people have to job so that living style can be improved. The selectedcountry is Germany in order to convey the assignment in effective manner. This report covers,description of social situation in the country by presenting the statistical indicators. Lastly, it alsoincludes make use of elements like ISPA CODI evaluation matrix in order to assess existingsocial protection system at Germany.1. GermanyIn accordance with the data which was undertaken by government of Germany, it is beingidentified that when compared with last decades the number of people living in poverty hasraised. Further, it is being identified that children are more likely to be poor when compared withadults. More specifically, in the year 1965 out of 75 children 1 lived on welfare but in the year2006 it became 1 out of 6 did. The rate of poverty at Germany differs by states (Bode, Gardinand Nyssens, 2011). For example, in Berlin about 30.7% of the children received welfarepayments and 15.2% of the inhabitants. Further, at Bavaria there were only 6.6% children whowere impoverished and 3.9% citizen is same condition. Due to poverty, the health conditions ofpeople are not in proper shape. In order to have a healthy lifestyle, it is important to make surethat all people are getting enough income to fulfil their basic nutrition. Below given are the Ginicoefficient of net household income before and after taxes and transfers:1
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