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The preliminary model of social welfare system for social inequality reduction of the elderly has been applied in sub-district areas with the process of finding key factors leading to integrate activities related to sub-district plans. The new model is more prominent with respect to the dimensions of welfare and human dignity. The innovation results have mostly emerged from the spirit volunteers. Social inequality among disadvantaged seniors had decreased significantly. The research suggested that policy proposals based on empirical data should be used to specify the activity operations and a continuous learning exchange with the sub-district network involvement should be done.
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