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Georgia introduces a new child benefit, strengthening its commitment to an inclusive lifecycle approach to social security (09.07.2015)

In May 2015, Georgia introduced a major change to its social security system, establishing a child benefit for the poorest 35% of children aged up to 16 years of age nationwide, around 260,000 in total. Georgia already leads the way among developing countries with regard to tax-financed social security, investing over 6% of GDP in social transfers.

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10.08.2015 - Emily Morard