Fact sheets

2016

  1. 2016 Social action budget brief

    10 October 2016

    This report analyses domestic allocations, expenditures and trends for social protection programmes in Mozambique.

  2. Informe Orçamental 2016: Acção Social

    02 October 2016

    This report analyses domestic allocations, expenditures and trends for social protection programmes in Mozambique.

  3. Village Savings and Loans Programme Stakeholder Review

    20 July 2016

    MNSSP Review Brief

  4. Social Cash Transfer Stakeholder Review

    20 July 2016

    MNSSP Review Brief

  5. School meal Programme Stakeholder Review

    20 July 2016

    MNSSP Review Brief

  6. Public Works Programme Stakeholder Review

    20 July 2016

    MNSSP Review Brief

  7. Micro-Finance Programme Stakeholder Review

    20 July 2016

    MNSSP Review Brief

  8. The ILO in Mozambique

    15 July 2016

    Presentation of ILO's work and achievements in Mozambique.

  9. Inclusive business practices in Africa's extractive industries

    02 June 2016

    The policy note presents key factors contributing to inclusive growth linked to the extractive industries in Africa, reflecting on the distinctive yet complementary roles of governments and multinational enterprises. The document considers the types of economic linkages to local communities and national economies that contribute towards employment, enterprise development, infrastructure, and ultimately to the economic transformation required for sustainable development. The factors are explained with reference to lessons learned from African countries at various stages of development of their mining, oil and gas sectors.

  10. ILO in Liberia

    05 April 2016

    Presentation of ILO's work and achievements in Liberia.

  11. ILO in Nigeria

    21 March 2016

    Presentation of ILO's work and achievements in Nigeria.

  12. Towards a Malawian Social Protection Floor: Assessment of Social Protection Programmes in Malawi

    07 March 2016

    This study provides a comprehensive analysis of the current social protection expenditure in Malawi in terms of its sustainability, robustness, efficiency and effectiveness in preventing or reducing poverty and social exclusion. It examines existing non-contributory social protection interventions operating in Malawi under the framework of the Malawi National Social Support Programme, gathering evidence on their impact, cost effectiveness, sustainability and complementarities. It provides an analysis of the current structure of social expenditure and the development of recommendations on how to redirect its resources to the most effective areas and reducing expenditure on less effective activities.

  13. Village Savings and Loans in Malawi

    07 March 2016

    Extracts for the Social Protection ABND Report : Assessment of Social Protection Programmes and Costing of Policy Options

  14. Social Cash Transfer Programme in Malawi

    07 March 2016

    Extracts for the Social Protection ABND Report : Assessment of Social Protection Programmes and Costing of Policy Options

  15. School Feeding Programme in Malawi

    07 March 2016

    Extracts for the Social Protection ABND Report : Assessment of Social Protection Programmes and Costing of Policy Options

  16. Public Works Programmes in Malawi

    07 March 2016

    Extracts for the Social Protection ABND Report : Assessment of Social Protection Programmes and Costing of Policy Options

  17. Micro-Finance Programme in Malawi

    07 March 2016

    Extracts from the Full Report: Assessment of Social Protection Programmes and Costing of Policy Options

  18. Focus on : Disabled Women Entrepreneurs in Zambia

    04 March 2016

    Women experience higher rates of poverty than men due to, among other factors, a lack of access to or limited opportunities for training.

  19. Women’s Entrepreneurship Development

    01 March 2016

    The ILO approach to Women’s Entrepreneurship Development - Sustainable Enterprises

  20. ILO in Somalia

    25 January 2016

    Presentation of ILO's work and achievements in Somalia.