The report notes that 70% of the world’s population does not have adequate social protection whereas only 27% of the world population enjoys a comprehensive social security. With regards to Lebanon, the report notes that 6 out of 8 categories are all covered by the NSSF albeit in a limited way with regards to legal coverage. The report explains that the category of “sickness” is covered in kind by the NSSF whereas the category of “maternity”, “old-age”, "employment injury”, “disability”, “survival”, and “family compensation” are all covered by one programme according to the national laws in force. The report affirms that the country has no legislation or programmes to support unemployment.
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