ILO Country Office for Ethiopia and Somalia
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  1. ILO Country Office for Ethiopia and Somalia
    Africa Hall, 6th Floor, Menelik II Avenue
    Addis Ababa
    P.O.Box 2788
    Fax:Fax:+251-11-5445573, +251-11-5513633
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ILO Country Office for Ethiopia and Somalia

Decent Work
ILO and its tripartite constituents signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to implement the Decent Work Country Programme for Ethiopia

What's new

  1. Protecting women is a “job for all of us”

    25 November 2014

    On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the UN in Ethiopia reaffirmed that protecting women’s safety and dignity required a joint and robust effort for men and women to stop everyday abuses.

  2. ILO Market Opportunity Mapping in Somalia

    27 October 2014

    This report provides an evidence-based strategy for increasing employment opportunities and skills training for youths, women and IDPs in Baidoa and Beletweyne districts in Somalia.

  3. Labour Migration Management: Training of trainers

    23 October 2014

    The ILO and the Ethiopian Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs are jointly organizing a training of trainers on Labour Migration Management for technical experts at Federal and Regional levels.

Key resources

  1. Child Labour

    Entrepreneurship and apprenticeship training for former child labourers in Kenya

    Major highlights of a study on entrepreneurship skills training in Kisumu and Nairobi cities, Kenya

  2. Growth and Equality

    Kenya: Making quality employment the driver of development

    Analyses on the growing disconnect between growth and job creation and its detrimental consequences in Kenya

  3. Ending child labor in domestic work

    The report makes a call to end child labour in domestic work and to provide adequate protection to young workers, of legal working age, against abusive working conditions in domestic work.

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