A green jobs assessment in strategic economic sectors to inform and guide further pro-employment policy development in Zambia.
Domestic Work Project
Validation Meeting for the Comparative Study of Convention No. 189 and National Law and Practice in Zambia
10 April 2015
The Domestic Work Project ‘Integrated Actions towards Improved and More Equitable Working Conditions for Vulnerable Groups,’ conducted a validation meeting on 10 April 2015 at the International Labour Office to discuss findings of the comparative study of the ILO Convention 189 and National Law and Practice in Zambia.
Mining sector project
01 April 2015
The ILO mining sector project held a two day workshop in Kitwe on integrated labour inspection systems for the mining sector in Zambia.
UN Development Assistance
This United Nations Development Assistance Framework for Mozambique (UNDAF) 2012 – 2015 is the expression of the UN’s plan to support the Government of Mozambique in its final stretch towards the MDG timeframe of 2015.
The Decent Work Country Profile in Zambia is a first analysis of the four dimensions of decent work as defined in the DW Agenda: rights at work, employment promotion, social protection and social dialogue.
The ILO Lusaka Country Office has been on a remarkable ascending pathway over the past couple of years. There has been tremendous growth from strength to strength literally across most areas of its operation.