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Elderly in the neighbourhood (Ouderen in de wijk) – by the libraries of Utrecht, Den Haag, Rotterdam, Amsterdam Netherlands

Ouderen in de wijk (Elderly in the neighbourhood)

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To reduce the social exclusion of older people in the Netherlands with low disposable income.

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The goal is “to reduce the social exclusion of older people in the Netherlands with low disposable income.” Material assistance needs to go hand in hand with social inclusion measures, such as guidance and support to lift people out of poverty and to improve the integration of the most deprived people into Dutch society.

Three specific objectives have been set up:

  1. to make the target group aware of local support;
  2. to strengthen the social network of the target group; and to
  3. strengthen the competences of the target group.

The target value is associated with the following indicators:

  • 65% of the elderly should still be in the picture with aid organisations and/or municipalities after their participation organisation and/or municipality after participation;
  • 40% of the elderly should indicate having a strengthened social network after participating;
  • 40% of the elderly must indicate having a strengthened social network at their disposal;
  • 60% of the older people must indicate that they have strengthened competences at their disposal.

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