Publications

July 2023

  1. Identifying productive strategies for inclusion and economic empowerment in the eradication and prevention of child labour in Uganda: Mapping and analysis of the coffee and tea supply chains

    03 July 2023

    Through a systems approach, the study carries out a mapping of the tea and coffee supply chains in Uganda, highlighting key interventions to promote productive inclusion and economic empowerment strategies aimed at tackling the root causes of child labour and fostering Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (FPRW) in the target sectors.

  2. Mapping and assessment of multi-stakeholder Child labour Monitoring Systems (CLMS) in Uganda - Districts of mBale, Hoima, Kabarole, Buikwe and Bushenyi

    03 July 2023

    Through the mapping and assessment of the existing CLMS in Uganda, the study contributes to the formulation of innovative approaches to strengthen, improve and scale up existing child labour monitoring mechanisms at the national as well as district levels in the country.

  3. Child labour monitoring systems in the MENA region: Good practices, challenges and recommendations for a child labour monitoring system in Egypt - A desk review

    03 July 2023

    The report analyses good CLMS practices in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and their successes and challenges, providing a basis for the establishment of a national Child Labour Monitoring System in Egypt.

  4. Child labour in the artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) sector in Nigeria: A situational analysis

    03 July 2023

    The study carries out an analysis of child labour in the artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) sector in Nigeria, providing key recommendations aimed at ensuring the elimination of child labour in the sector.

June 2023

  1. Core Voluntary Funding (RBSA) for ILO development cooperation (Update, June 2023)

    20 June 2023

    This fact sheet describes recent developments in the RBSA funding modality, its allocation and management, monitoring and evaluation, and results to date. It summarizes trends in 2018-2023, and provides details on contributions for 2016-22.

  2. Market systems analysis of the food service sector for employment inclusion of refugees in Egypt

    14 June 2023

    This study explores the food services and restaurants sector in Cairo, Alexandria and Damietta regions of the Egypt in terms of key market constraints for SME's growth and the creation of more and better jobs for urban refugees, youth and host communities.

  3. Independent Evaluation of the ILO Technical Cooperation Project for the State of Qatar Phase 2 (2021-2023)

    12 June 2023

    ILO/EVAL is searching for an evaluator(s) to undertake the evaluation of the ILO Technical Cooperation Project for the State of Qatar Phase 2 (2021-2023).

    Application deadline: 26 June, 2023

    For further details, please see the attached Expression of Interest.

    Please send your application with relevant attachments to the ILO’s Evaluation Office (EVAL@ilo.org) by 26th June 2023 (5pm Geneva time) with the subject heading: “ILO Qatar Final Evaluation”.

  4. A “market system” approach to promote decent work in the white goods value chain Egypt Youth Employment: Jobs and Private Sector Development in Rural Egypt (RAWABET)

    10 June 2023

  5. Ready Made Garments Sector Egypt Youth Employment: Jobs and Private Sector Development in Rural Egypt (RAWABET)

    10 June 2023

  6. Contributing to national and local economic development (LED) initiatives Egypt Youth Employment: Jobs and Private Sector Development in Rural Egypt (RAWABET)

    10 June 2023

  7. Factsheet: Employment and Reintegration in Nigeria(ERN) Project

    07 June 2023

    The Employment and Reintegration in Nigeria (ERN) Project worked to build on lessons learned and results achieved from the project “Initiative for Labour Migration, Employment and Reintegration in Nigeria and Ghana” (LMER) that was implemented from January 2019 to September 2020 and funded by the GIZ Programme Migration for Development (PME).

  8. National Action Plan on Child Labour, 2020-2025

    06 June 2023

    The development of the second Malawi National Action Plan on Child Labour (NAP II) covering the period 2020-2025 reaffirms Malawi government commitment to the elimination of child labour and thus calls stakeholders and the general public to join hands in the elimination of child labour. The successful implementation of the NAP II hinges on the commitment of all the stakeholders. The NAP II is aligned to the draft National Child Labour Policy, the Malawi Growth Development Strategy (MGDS) III and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - SDG 8 in order to achieve coherence with these key development strategies

May 2023

  1. Productivity Ecosystems for Decent Work - Ghana Programme Brochure

    31 May 2023

    This brochure provides an overview of the Productivity Ecosystems for Decent Work programme in Ghana

  2. Students’ Book: Basic English for Workplace Communication

    30 May 2023

    This publication highlights Ethiopia's growing population and economy, which has resulted in high demand for employment opportunities.

  3. Tunisie : Guide de conformité de l’établissement privé de placement à l’étranger : De la conformité réglementaire à la performance

    30 May 2023

    Le programme THAMM et le projet FAIR III en Tunisie développent un guide opérationnel pour les agences d’emploi privées pour la mise en conformité avec les normes internationales du travail et les principes de recrutement équitable

  4. Factsheet: Employment and Reintegration (ERN) in Nigeria Project

    30 May 2023

    Factsheet details activities and impact of the ERN Project

  5. April 2023 Newsletter

    29 May 2023

    The April 2023 Newsletter features interesting articles covering a wide range of topics and subjects involving development cooperation projects and events that occurred between January 2023 to May 2023.

  6. Study on decent work in the textile and clothing industry in Madagascar

    23 May 2023

    In-depth qualitative and quantitative research on the challenges and opportunities for decent work along the textile and clothing supply chain in Madagascar.

  7. CPLP-ILO Cooperation

    19 May 2023

    The partnership between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries (CPLP) is anchored in social justice, particularly Decent Work, and promotes tripartite dialogue along with South- South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC). For more information about CPLP – ILO cooperation, refer to the South-South Meeting Point platform, which provides the latest updates and relevant documents on this partnership.

  8. BRMM Success Story: COVID-19 impacted returnees' reintegration into the Ethiopian labour market

    15 May 2023

    "The ILO training was an eyeopener. I was able to comprehend the basic needs of a successful start-up".