The ISSA Guidelines on Administrative Solutions for Coverage Extension aim at strengthening the capacities of social security administrations to deliver effective contributory programmes and to work towards the extension of coverage to groups that are typically difficult to cover. In the context of these guidelines, groups that are typically difficult to cover refer to a wide variety of workers, such as self-employed workers, migrant workers and domestic workers, who are often engaged in the informal economy, and workers in the agricultural and fisheries sectors.
Guideline 8. Establishing a communication strategy to make contact and build trust with population groups that are difficult to cover, including informal-economy workers
Guideline 15. Collaborating with other organizations to collect contributions and enforce compliance
Guideline 17. Adopting a proactive strategy on addressing administrative error, evasion of contributions and fraud