ILO in Kenya

ILO in Kenya

Kenya has been a member of the ILO since 1965. The ILO is devoted to promoting social justice and internationally recognized human and Labour rights, through a decent work agenda.

Through its projects, ILO Kenya has unlocked the green jobs creation potential of kenya's building construction industry by enhancing the competitiveness of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises as well as exploring the effects of Labour and Labour related laws on small and medium enterprises thus creating a more enabling environment in the medium and small enterprises. ILO has also Improved policy and legal frameworks in place to protect the rights of HIV affected male and female workers and their families.

Key Resources

  1. SIYB training programme

    The Start & Improve Your Business (SIYB) programme is a management-training programme with a focus on starting and improving small businesses as a strategy for creating more and better employment in developing economies and economies in transition.

  2. Decent Work for Domestic Workers: Opportunities and Challenges for East Africa

    Conceptualizing domestic work to identify existing gaps in policies and institutional measures regulating working conditions of domestic workers in East Africa.