The Social Security Commission (SSC) has launched its five-year strategic business plan for the financial years 2023–2028.
The strategic business plan aims to drive the commission towards becoming a leading social security services provider in southern Africa.
The Social Security Commission will pursue its journey to embrace its core values of being customer-centric, innovative, resilient, and striving for a high sense of integrity.
"The plan's strategic pillars were identified during the strategy development process, which directed the development of the corporate strategy. This plan, therefore, complies with the requirement of Section 13 of the Public Enterprises Governance Act 2019 (Act No. 1 of 2019)," said Dr. David |Uirab, Chairperson of the SSC's Board of Commissioners.
The five-year strategic business plan was launched under the theme "enforcement of standards through compliance monitoring, conducting skills audits, improving productivity, education of stakeholders, and the provision of accurate and timely information."
"Establishing social protection floors is a basic but essential contribution towards reducing poverty, empowering people, and expanding aggregate demand. It is a commitment to a decent society, a platform that enables hundreds of Namibian women, men, and children to progress on a sure and steady footing," said Labour Minister Utoni Nujoma.