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  • 6.5 MEDICAL BENEFITS

It specializes in hospitals and national specialized health centers for oncology, HIV or AIDS.

  • Insurance
  • Medical Benefit
  • Pension
  • Venezuela
  • Economy

Although the economy recovered in 2010, GDP growth slowed again, and the prevalence of HIV/ AIDS threatened the country' s economic growth.

  • Medical Benefit
  • Botswana
  • Economy

Services provided under secondary healthcare include medical services for pediatric, surgical, obstetric, internal medicine gynecology, ENT, psychiatry, ophthalmology and HIV/ AIDS.

  • Medical Benefit
  • Pension
  • Nigeria

Nursing breaks are provided to employees for up to one hour a day.

  • Medical Benefit
  • Pension
  • Public Health Insurance
  • Ghana
  • Economy
  • 7.3 DISABILITY BENEFITS

In addition, employers pay funeral costs incurred for the funeral. ##. ## DEATH BENEFITS ##. ## DISABILITY BENEFITS In Kenya some employers provide medical care benefits for the employees who are under severe disability due to HIV or AIDS.

  • Medical Benefit
  • Occupational Pension
  • Pension
  • Kenya
  • Economy

Despite its relative economic strength, Zambia suffers from poverty, heightened by high birth rates, HIV/ AIDS cases, and adverse agricultural policy.

  • Insurance
  • Medical Benefit
  • Pension
  • Zambia
  • 6.5 MEDICAL BENEFITS

The National Program for the Promotion of Oral Health allows access to such care for four population groups: Children up to ## years old Pregnant women who are cared for by the NHS Beneficiaries of the solidarity supplement for the elderly Patients suffering from HIV/ AIDS The

  • Insurance
  • Medical Benefit
  • Pension
  • Portugal
  • Economy
  • 6.5 MEDICAL BENEFITS

But in emergency cases such as tuberculosis, AIDS, or other contagious diseases, such qualifying conditions are not applicable.

  • Medical Benefit
  • Pension
  • Romania
  • Economy