Prey Veng—On Tuesday of 24 July 2018, the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) of Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training collaborated with the Prey Veng provincial administration to organize the dissemination on Policy Implementation of Social Security Schemes for employers or owners of enterprises/establishments.
This event was presided over by H.E. Duch Kunthea, Deputy Governor and Representative of H.E. Governor of Prey Veng Governor Board, and H.E. Meng Hong, Deputy Director of NSSF and Representative of H.E. Ouk Samvithyea, Delegate of the Royal Governor in charge as Director of the National Social Security Fund, and participated by officials of provincial departments and institutions under the Prey Veng provincial administration, officials and staffs of the Prey Veng NSSF branch, health facilities signed the agreement with NSSF, employers, or representatives of victims who are receiving the permanent disability benefit and survivors’ benefit amounted to 122 participants to be held in the Prey Veng provincial hall.
At the beginning, H.E. Deputy Provincial Governor expressed the great pleasure and warm welcome to the presence of the NSSF team that disseminated the benefits of NSSF, thanked the NSSF team and stakeholders for preparing this event, and paid a courtesy to the entire meeting.
After that, H.E. Meng Hong, Deputy Director of NSSF, addressed thanks to the Prey Veng provincial administration for facilitating to provide the location for preparing this event as well as officials and staffs of the Prey Veng NSSF branch and representatives of employers for taking part today.
He added that the purpose of this dissemination meeting is organized to disseminate the policy implementation of social security schemes, challenges, and in particular strengthening of benefit service provision for workers by explaining more clearly about social security schemes on Occupational Risk and Health Care as well as Pension which will be launched in 2019.
He continued that until now, there are 12,091 enterprises/establishments with 1,467,247 workers (885,468 females) registered in NSSF; they have entitlement to receive medical care services free of charge in the health facilities signed the agreement with NSSF and other benefits of social security schemes.