Phnom Penh—The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) collaborated with Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for distributing 428 membership cards to civil servants and contract officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation to access health care services in the health facilities signed the agreement with NSSF.
H.E. Ouk Samvithyea, Delegate of the Royal Government in charge as Director of the National Social Security Fund, said that through the proudly successful implementation of social security schemes for private sectors, so far the Royal Government trusts and authorizes NSSF as a unique operator with a view to administrate and manage social security schemes on Occupational Risk for Public Employees and on Health Care for Public Employees, Former Civil Servants, and Veterans as stipulated in Royal Kret No. NS/RKT/0217/078, dated 01 February 2017.
Until now, NSSF has registered public employees, former civil servants, and veterans amounted to 314,076—204,084 public employees, 55,222 former civil servants, and 54,770 veterans. Moreover, public employees, former civil servants, and veterans have accessed health care services amounted to 258,111 cases/times.
He added that NSSF will carry on strengthening and extending the implementation of social security scheme on Occupational Risk and urging the implementation of Health Care Scheme for public employees and workers as well as striving to launch Pension Scheme for workers and Occupational Risk Scheme for public employees in 2019.
He mentioned the above-description in the event for distributing 114,547 membership cards and disseminating the policy implementation of social security schemes to leaders, civil servants, and contract officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. This event was joined by leaders and officials who represent their institutions and organizations of the ministry concerned amounted to approximately 300 participants to be held in the meeting hall of the ministry concerned on Wednesday morning of 26 December 2018.