The existing social protection provision in Laos which including contributory social security insurance for formal and voluntary health insurance for the informal economic sectors National Social Security Law was issued and awareness raising have been done to promote both formal and informal workers to contribute to NSSF to improve their life cycle security and access to the public serviceshealth care and other pensions through NSSF itself, government agencies, and private sectors as well as mass organizations, LFTU and CSOs were also raised awareness through networks, target groups of informal sectors such as plantation workers, domestic workers, home based workers, services workers, farmers, etc. However, many reports staged that there are still very low percentage for informal workers access to NSSF. What are their experiences on benefits, and challenges when registered in to NSSF? And what are their recommendations for better access to NSSF?
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