Employment in Tanzania
With help from the ILO, an employment agency in Dar Es Salaam goes digital and makes the job search easier.
An ILO initiative in the South African Free State province encourages young entrepreneurs to come up with innovative ideas as a way of helping them set up successful businesses.
Most women make a choice between their own survival and family responsibilities. This is where the ILO Convention on maternity protection comes in.
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.
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.
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.
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.
25 November 2014
Despite solid economic performances, Zambia needs to adopt new integrated macroeconomic policies to ensure a job-rich and broad-based growth, urged ILO’s Assistant Director-General and Regional Director for Africa, Aeneas Chapinga Chuma.
24 November 2014
The Regional Director for Africa of the International Labour Organization (ILO), Aeneas Chapinga Chuma, on his first official visit to Maseru, Lesotho from 26-28 November 2014.
22 November 2014
In Africa, forced labour and human trafficking thrive in environments of poverty and unemployment, because the wish to escape desperate economic and social situations feeds the supply side of these exploitative and abusive practices.
A practical assessment of ILO’s support to tripartite constituents in Algeria, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Morocco, South Sudan, Sudan and Tunisia in their efforts to address decent work deficits.
Key findings on the ILO strategy to scale up and accelerate policies and interventions at the workplace in the continent.
How to better coordinate youth employment interventions in selected East Africa countries through a multi-stakeholder and integrated model approach.
Stories from the field
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