CLUSTER I

Description

Social assistance and protection-based poverty alleviation programmes aim to fulfil the basic rights of the poor, as well as to reduce their life burdens and improve their quality of life. Focusing on basic rights aims to improve the quality of life for the poor by fulfilling certain rights, such as the right to food, health services and education.

Characteristics

Social assistance and protection-based poverty alleviation programmes aim to fulfil the key basic rights of poor individuals and households, including education, health service, food, sanitation and clean water. Other characteristics of this programme group include direct mechanisms for implementing activities and benefits that can be directly enjoyed by the poor.

Coverage

Social assistance and protection-based poverty alleviation programmes emphasise the fulfilment of key basic rights. These key basic rights prioritise the fulfilment of the right to food, education, health service, sanitation and clean water.

Beneficiaries

The beneficiaries of these social assistance and protection-based poverty alleviation programmes are very poor communities. This is not merely because very poor communities are vulnerable, but they also are not able to undertake and fulfil their basic rights appropriately and independently.

Cluster I Programmes

JamkesmasProgram Keluarga HarapanRaskinProgram BSM