ILO in Africa
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The ILO marks the International Day of Rural Women by showing what it does to help empower rural women around the world through helping them gain access to work that is just, decent and sustainable.
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Ford Foundation-ILO High level event
In the context of the 69th Session of the UN General Assembly, this high-level event will bring together Heads of State and Government from developed and emerging economies.
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Cooperative
On the occasion of the International Symposium “Cooperatives and the Sustainable Development Goals: Focus on Africa”, ILO Cooperative Unit explains why cooperatives are vital to reaching the goals of post-2015 development agenda.
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ILO/WHO briefing note
Healthcare workers infected with the Ebola virus in Western Africa underscore the risks posed by all workers who come in to contact with the disease. The ILO and WHO have issued joint guidelines for employers and workers on Ebola.
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Skills for Green economy
How more and better skills combined with pro-employment policies can contribute to job creation in new green economies of Least Developed Countries (LDCs).
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Nelson Mandela International Day
The ILO joins the international community to mark Nelson Mandela Day and celebrate the life of the inspirational South African leader on the date of his birthday, July 18.
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Bilateral Meetings
Ethiopia and ILO exchange views on youth employment, labour migration and support to fragile states
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The Republic of Kenya
H.E. President Uhuru Kenyata and Aeneas Chapinga Chuma, ILO Regional Director for Africa, exchanged views and ideas at the National State House in Nairobi, Kenya.
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Sustainable entreprises
The ILO supports countries in Southern and Eastern Africa to tackle the jobs crisis with an enterprise development project portfolio of around 60 million US Dollars.
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What's new

  1. Foreign Direct Investment: Getting it right

    17 October 2014

    Together with UNCTAD, the ILO has organized a dialogue on how best to ensure that Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) benefits everyone through the creation of quality jobs.

  2. ILO and the World Investment Forum 2014

    16 October 2014

    Creating more and better jobs through investment will be at the heart of the new World Investment Forum to be held from 13 to 16 October 2014 in Geneva, Switzerland.

  3. Africa needs to mobilize domestic resources to cut aid dependency

    14 October 2014

    Participants at 2014 African Development Forum in Marrakech have agreed that exploring new sources for domestic financing will help the continent to move away from aid and boost sustainable development.

Key resources

  1. Skills

    Vocational skills training in Somalia

    Training and improving skills to support the employability of vulnerable young people associated with armed conflict forces and groups

  2. Child Labour

    Accelerating Action Against Child Labour in Africa 

    How to support the development and implementation of national child labour programmes and key priorities identified for ensuring rapid and sustainable impact.

  3. Sustainable Enterprises

    Job Creation through Sustainable Enterprises in Southern and Eastern Africa

    A comprehensive overview of ILO’s project portfolio with tools and strategies to unlock the potential for employment creation in the private sector through sustainable enterprises development.

Video Highlights

Confronting HIV/AIDS in the mining sector of Senegal
     
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