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If you are a child living in

Albaniaopen,


we are unable to tell if you and your family will be eligible for a special help from the government called a child or family benefit because we do not have this data. This type of cash transfer aims to help families with the expenses of raising children. We are unable to tell how many children in Albania are living in families facing financial difficulties, because we do not have this data.

Child Benefits and Social Protection

Inclusive social protection systems are important to keep all children healthy and safe. They help families deal with financial difficulties and avoid making tough choices when they don’t have enough money. They make sure families can access important services regardless of their financial situation, including in times of crises.

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Child or family
coverage

No data
on Children reveiving child or family benefits

No data on the Regional average of Children reveiving child or family benefits

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Expenditure on child
or family coverage

No data on Expenditures on social protection for children

No data on the Regional average of Expenditures on social protection for children

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Total population
coverage

No data on Population covered by at least one social protection benefit

No data on the Regional average of Population covered by at least one social protection benefit

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Population with severe
disabilites coverage

No data on Population with severe disabilities receiving disability cash benefit

No data on the Regional average of Population with severe disabilities receiving disability cash benefit

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Child Poverty: monetary and
multidimensional

Child poverty can be measured using how much money families have (monetary) and also by looking at different aspects of the family’s life (multidimensional). Both ways of measurement are important to keep track of our SDG goals.

Monetary

Monetary measures look at how many children live in families that don't have enough money, and earn below a set income.

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No data on Monetary child poverty (national poverty lines)

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No data on Monetary child poverty (below $ OECD)

No data on the Regional average of Monetary child poverty (below $ OECD)

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Multidimensional

Multidimensional measures look at more than just money. For example, it considers if children don't have enough food, are malnourished, not healthy or unable to go to school. it provides a wider picture of what poverty looks like.

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No data on Prevalence of multidimensional child poverty

No data on the Regional average of Prevalence of multidimensional child poverty

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No data of children living in multidimensionally poor households (Multidimensional Poverty Index 2022)

No data of children living in multidimensionally poor households (Multidimensional Poverty Index 2022)

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