Guaranteed Assistance

Guaranteed assistance is a group of government facilities that aim to serve the indigent people in a society. Governments may provide a guaranteed minimum income, health care, education, and nutrition to their people who are in need. These programs fight poverty and the various problems related to it by ensuring a standard minimum level. Governments, as a part of their social responsibility, should support the poor and the needy to help them reach a minimum standard of living. These minimum standards should be able to meet the needs of all people. The world is dramatically changing, and globalization is considered the only way toward social progress. Because public debt is high and it is difficult to increase wages, to support social progress and reduce the ...

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