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    Planning: The percentage of the elderly in Iraq is 3.1% over the age of 65

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    Post by Rocky Mon 13 Feb 2023, 5:27 am

    Planning: The percentage of the elderly in Iraq is 3.1% over the age of 65
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    {Local: Al Furat News} Today, Monday, the Ministry of Planning held a symposium on financial aging security in Iraq and the sustainability of public and private retirement systems, in cooperation with the International Labor Organization (ILO).
    And the ministry's media stated in a statement received by {Euphrates News} that "the symposium aims to address the coverage gap in income insurance for old age in Iraq," quoting Dr. Adnan Yassin Mustafa, a member of the expert team in the ministry: "This symposium comes within a series of activities, to support the elderly (aging with dignity), and linking this variable to the increase in life expectancy, as well as linking it to the issue of the public works program and the financing process for retirement and skills, and how to benefit from these energies, capabilities and capabilities. 
    For his part, the lecturer, Dr. Amjad Al-Rabi from the International Labor Organization, explained that the aim of this symposium is to bring together policy makers with academics and local experts, to develop a number of solutions to meet work pressures in policies and expand the coverage of social security and social protection, adding, "The percentage of the elderly in Iraq is 3 1% over the age of 65, compared to 25% for Europe, and it is considered low, so we have to cover it in an unsustainable public system for the bill to expand social security coverage for the private sector.
    In between, a set of perceptions and numbers should be presented to cover this gap and reach a specific situation for the elderly in Iraq, and their inclusion in coverage, whether insurance or social protection. . 
    The symposium was attended by the Director General of the Regional and Local Department, Dr. Muhammad Mohsen, and a number of representatives of the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, and a number of the Ministry's employees.
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