Social Security, Local Humanitarian associations, care or support receiver, elderly, mentally and physically disabled.
Abstract: One of the possible interventions to tackle the suffering of the elderly, mentally and physically disabled persons is an institutional caring system through local humanitarian associations. This study tries to assess the role of Mekidonian Humanitarian Association /MHA/ in addressing the social security problem of People in needs. The researcher followed exploratory research approach and employ qualitative method. Shelter, food, clothes and health problem are the major consequences of the social security problem. Policy formulation pertinent to basic social security towards elderly and physically disabled people, encouraging and supporting local humanitarian associations, awareness creation and closely working with regional states, religious organizations and NGO are among the suggested alternative solutions.
legesse, belay Gemeda Mr.
"Assessment of the Role of Humanitarian Association in Addressing Social Security Issues in Ethiopia: The Case of Mekidonina Humanitarian Association,"
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