Project backgroundThe ILO is providing technical assistance to the Ministry of Labour and Employment and the Social Security Fund Secretariat in Nepal to the actuarial analysis concerning the five schemes to be created and implemented for the benefit of contributor workers in Nepal. These five social security schemes related to unemployment benefits, maternity benefits, medical care, sickness benefits, and employment injury benefits are based on the actuarial analysis carried out for these schemes.
Project outputsThe major outputs of the project are:
- Accountability framework established and operationalized under SSF for constituents’ ownership of the process and results of the actuarial analysis.
- The SSF Board members and relevant stakeholders are able to provide informed inputs for the actuarial analysis.
- Individual actuarial reports for each of the five social security schemes (unemployment benefit, maternity benefit, medical care, sickness benefit, and employment injury benefit) presenting the methodology and results of each actuarial valuation with endorsement from SSF Board.
- Stakeholders’ and intended beneficiaries are able to undertake evidence based advocacy for the implementation of the schemes.
Target beneficiariesThe ultimate beneficiaries are women and men workers and their families covered by the social security schemes to be implemented by SSF.
PartnersMinistry of Labour and Employment (MoLE) and Social Security Fund Secretariat (SSF), Government of Nepal
For further information please contact:Ms Nita Neupane
Programme Officer ILO Country Office for Nepal
Nayabato, Dhobighat, Lalitpur Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel.: +977 1 5555 777, 5550 691; Fax: +977 1 5550 714, 5531 332