IMPACT OF SOCIAL SERVICES ON HUMAN, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND THE PROMOTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN SOUTH AFRICA
AbstractHistorically, the annual South African social welfare budget has focused mainly on social security and hence included a very small percentage of funds for social welfare services. For the 2003/04 book year 91,7% was budgeted for social care, including social security, as opposed to 4,4% for the financing of welfare services (De Vries, 2004). in the 2004/05 budget provision is made for 91,6% for social care as compared to only 4,6% for welfare services, which is shared by the welfare sector in government and NGOs (De Vries, 2004).
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