Social protection in Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands

Dwyer, Máire
May 2013
Policy Quarterly;May2013, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p63
Academic Journal
The article offers information on social protection programmes implemented in the Vanuatu and Solomon Islands. The author discusses the social protection programmes in place in the developing countries of Vanuatu and Solomon Islands. These programmes involve the provision of fee free primary education, giving access to free basic health services, and lobbying for employment laws providing for paid leaves and fair severance packages.


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