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  1. Module 5 Jeopardy Game on! Working group ILO, 2013

  2. Rules of Jeopardy Correct answer: +10 Wrong answer: -5 No answer: 0

  3. Rules of Jeopardy Bonus!

  4. Choose a number! 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 7 13 14 18 15 16 17 22 23 24 19 20 21 End

  5. Question 1 Which of the following health care schemes in Lao PDR is not a health insurance scheme? • Social Security Organization’s scheme for private sector workers • State Authority for Social Security scheme for civil servants • Community Based Health Insurance scheme for informal economy workers • Health Equity Funds BACK

  6. Question 1 Which of the following health care schemes in Lao PDR is not a health insurance scheme? • Social Security Organization’s scheme for private sector workers • State Authority for Social Security scheme for civil servants • Community Based Health Insurance scheme for informal economy workers • Health Equity Funds BACK

  7. Question 2 Which country has achieved the SPF guarantee for health care? • Thailand • Indonesia • Viet Nam • Malaysia BACK

  8. Question 2 Which country has achieved the SPF guarantee for health care? • Thailand • Indonesia • Viet Nam • Malaysia BACK

  9. Question 3 Identify the objectives of the National Health Insurance Agency in Lao PDR? • To complete the existing health insurance scheme with additional benefits • To implement a health insurance scheme that will integrate all existing social health protection systems • To achieve universal health care coverage • To provide free access to health care for all BACK

  10. Question 3 Identify the objectives of the National Health Insurance Agency in Lao PDR? • To complete the existing health insurance scheme with additional benefits • To implement a health insurance scheme that will integrate all existing social health protection systems • To achieve universal health care coverage • To provide free access to health care for all BACK

  11. Question 4 Which of the following is not a design gap? • People in remote areas not aware of the public health care scheme • No provision for cost of transportation to hospitals in the non-contributory health insurance scheme • No provision for undocumented migrant workers in the non-contributory health insurance scheme • Laws and institutions involved in the social health protection system are fragmented BACK

  12. Question 4 Which of the following is not a design gap? • People in remote areas not aware of the public health care scheme • No provision for cost of transportation to hospitals in the non-contributory health insurance scheme • No provision for undocumented migrant workers in the non-contributory health insurance scheme • Laws and institutions involved in the social health protection system are fragmented BACK

  13. Question 5 What was the total estimated expenditure under all social protection schemes in Cambodia in 2010? • 3.3% of GDP • 5.5% of GDP • 7.7% of GDP • 10.2% of GDP BACK

  14. Question 5 What was the total estimated expenditure under all social protection schemes in Cambodia in 2010? • 3.3% of GDP • 5.5% of GDP • 7.7% of GDP • 10.2% of GDP BACK

  15. Question 6 Which of the following recommendations is not appropriate? • Floor for health should include Antiretroviral treatment for HIV+ people. • Package should include preventive and curative care. • Migrant and domestic workers should not be entitled to the social protection floor for health. • Schemes should be coordinated and integrated. BACK

  16. Question 6 Which of the following recommendations is not appropriate? • Floor for health should include Antiretroviral treatment for HIV+ people. • Package should include preventive and curative care. • Migrant and domestic workers should not be entitled to the social protection floor for health. • Schemes should be coordinated and integrated. BACK

  17. Question 7 What does IAWG-SPC stand for? • Insurance Against White Gorillas in South Pacific Countries • Information Analysis Working Group for Statistics and Process Control • Indonesian Advanced Welfare Guarantee and Social Protection Committee • Inter Agency Working Group for Social Protection of Children BACK

  18. Question 7 What does IAWG-SPC stand for? • Insurance Against White Gorillas in South Pacific Countries • Information Analysis Working Group for Statistics and Process Control • Indonesian Advanced Welfare Guarantee and Social Protection Committee • Inter Agency Working Group for Social Protection of Children BACK

  19. Question 8 Which of the following is NOT a useful and consistent predictor of child vulnerability? • Having parents living below the poverty line • Being a single or double orphan • Facing problems that are drivers of social exclusion such as disability, displacement, ethnicity • Risks and vulnerabilities specific to a gender or age group BACK

  20. Question 8 Which of the following is NOT a useful and consistent predictor of child vulnerability? • Having parents living below the poverty line • Being a single or double orphan • Facing problems that are drivers of social exclusion such as disability, displacement, ethnicity • Risks and vulnerabilities specific to a gender or age group BACK

  21. Question 9 Which country already has a centralised system to identify and register beneficiaries of social protection programs using smart cards? • Thailand • Brunei • China • India BACK

  22. Question 9 Which country already has a centralised system to identify and register beneficiaries of social protection programs using smart cards? • Thailand • Brunei • China • India BACK

  23. Question 10 To design social protection measures, opinions of children and young people do not necessarily have to be included because parents will know better about their needs. • True • False BACK

  24. Question 10 To design social protection measures, opinions of children and young people do not necessarily have to be included because parents will know better about their needs. • True • False BACK

  25. Question 11 Which of the following schemes does not exist yet in Myanmar? • Unemployment protection • Free primary education • Maternity benefits • Disability benefits BACK

  26. Question 11 Which of the following schemes does not exist yet in Myanmar? • Unemployment protection • Free primary education • Maternity benefits • Disability benefits BACK

  27. Question 12 The Ministry of Social Welfare should be the sole actor to ensure a more efficient intervention in child labour issues. • True • False BACK

  28. Question 12 The Ministry of Social Welfare should be the sole actor to ensure a more efficient intervention in child labour issues. • True • False BACK

  29. Question 13 BACK

  30. Question 13 Which of the following benefits is not provided to private sector employees in Indonesia under the PT Jamsostek social insurance fund? • Employment injury • Death benefits • Unemployment benefits • Provident fund BACK

  31. Question 13 Which of the following benefits is not provided to private sector employees in Indonesia under the PT Jamsostek social insurance fund? • Employment injury • Death benefits • Unemployment benefits • Provident fund BACK

  32. Question 14 What is the coverage of the two minimum living standard guarantee schemes for urban and rural people with income levels below the local poverty line in China? • 22% • 50% • 67% • Almost 100% BACK

  33. Question 14 What is the coverage of the two minimum living standard guarantee schemes for urban and rural people with income levels below the local poverty line in China? • 22% • 50% • 67% • Almost 100% BACK

  34. Question 15 With which countries has China entered into bilateral social security agreements for expats and migrants? • Mongolia and Nepal • Germany and Korea • Singapore and Myanmar • France and India BACK

  35. Question 15 With which countries has China entered into bilateral social security agreements for expats and migrants? • Mongolia and Nepal • Germany and Korea • Singapore and Myanmar • France and India BACK

  36. Question 16 Which of the following features of the Social Security Organisation’s package for informal economy workers could be flagged as a design issue? • It has a yearly contribution • Government subsidizes part of the contribution • SSO works with community groups to collect the contributions • Beneficiaries are involved in the development of the package BACK

  37. Question 16 Which of the following features of the Social Security Organisation’s package for informal economy workers could be flagged as a design issue? • It has a yearly contribution • Government subsidizes part of the contribution • SSO works with community groups to collect the contributions • Beneficiaries are involved in the development of the package BACK

  38. Question 17 In Viet Nam, some employers maintain the number of employees below a threshold so that they do not fall under the Social Insurance Law. • True • False BACK

  39. Question 17 In Viet Nam, some employers maintain the number of employees below a threshold so that they do not fall under the Social Insurance Law. • True • False BACK

  40. Question 18 BACK

  41. Question 18 What does the “Twin” system of China refer to? • A system which compares information collected by labour inspectors with data from social security institutions • A scheme which provides social security benefits of health care and working age to formal sector workers • An infrastructure system which maintains a database of all registered beneficiaries • A unified infrastructure system used by the Govt. and line ministries to pay out social security benefits BACK

  42. Question 18 What does the “Twin” system of China refer to? • A system which compares information collected by labour inspectors with data from social security institutions • A scheme which provides social security benefits of health care and working age to formal sector workers • An infrastructure system which maintains a database of all registered beneficiaries • A unified infrastructure system used by the Govt. and line ministries to pay out social security benefits BACK

  43. Question 19 Which of these schemes are provided to people in Brunei? • Universal schemes • Programmes to facilitate return to employment • Housing policy schemes • All of the above BACK

  44. Question 19 Which of these schemes are provided to people in Brunei? • Universal schemes • Programmes to facilitate return to employment • Housing policy schemes • All of the above BACK

  45. Question 20 A study of countries that provide social pensions has indicated that the cost of universal social pensions is usually less than what percentage of the GDP? • 2% • 3% • 4% • 5% BACK

  46. Question 20 A study of countries that provide social pensions has indicated that the cost of universal social pensions is usually less than what percentage of the GDP? • 2% • 3% • 4% • 5% BACK

  47. Question 21 Which of the following countries has the longest tradition of social welfare? • Thailand • Brunei • Malaysia • South Korea BACK

  48. Question 21 Which of the following countries has the longest tradition of social welfare? • Thailand • Brunei • Malaysia • South Korea BACK

  49. Question 22 Does the provision of a lump sum amount upon retirement offer adequate protection for the elderly? • Yes • No BACK

  50. Question 22 Does the provision of a lump sum amount upon retirement offer adequate protection for the elderly? • Yes • No BACK