Resources from the ILO Country office for Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, and for the Special Representative to the AU and the ECA

  1. Edible oil Value Chain Enhancement

    16 December 2013

    Outcome 1. "Productivity and competitiveness of private sector led agricultural production of oilseeds is enhanced". Outcome 2. The capacity and competitiveness of the stakeholders for processing of edible oil seeds is enhanced". Outcome 3. Access to local and international markets for edible oil producers is improved.

  2. Edible Oil Value Chain Enhancement Joint Programme

    16 December 2013

    The objective of the project is to enhance the sustainable supply system of raw material at desired quantity and quality, promote efficient processing capacity and improve access to markets by the effective integration and lead role of the private sector in the entire value chain. The outcomes are: ■Productivity and competitiveness of private sector led agricultural production of oilseeds is enhanced. ■The capacity and competitiveness of the stakeholders for processing of edible oil seeds is enhanced. ■Access to local and international markets for edible oil producers is improved.

  3. Knowledge Sharing Workshop on Worst Forms of Child Labour

    30th Nov - 6th Dec 2013. The sub regional knowledge sharing workshop on worst forms of child labour especially hazardous forms of child labour was held at Sarova Stanley in Nairobi.

  4. WED Report

    26 November 2013

    Institutional and policy assessment of factors affecting women entrepreneurs in micro and small enterprises in Hargeisa and Mogadishu

  5. Women entrepreneurs received training in managing their business

    18 November 2013

    ILO conducted training to assist Women Entrepreneur Associations (WEAs) to manage and improve their associations.

  6. CO-Addis Ababa: Request for proposals and vacancies

    13 November 2013

  7. Reducing conflict and crime by rehabilitating potential and actual perpetrators of violence, to pave way for rule of law and recovery.

    12 November 2013

    Building on the Youth at Risk programme implemented over 2011 and 2012, the Youth for Change (Y4C) joint initiative is a 12 month programme between the UNDP, ILO and UNICEF. While all outcomes are integral to the success of the Youth for Change initiative, the rehabilitation and reintegration of 2,000 youth is at the core. This outcome is achieved by implementation of four key components, outreach and identification, rehabilitation, socio- economic reintegration and case management.

  8. Institutional and policy assessment of factors affecting women entrepreneurs in micro and small enterprises in Hargeisa and Mogadishu

    01 November 2013

    This report was done as part of the ongoing campaign of promoting gender equality and womens economic empowerment in Somalia funded by the European Union and The research work was commissioned by the International Labour Organization (ILO)

  9. Follow up mentoring support provided to Women Entrepreneurs, Somalia

    31 October 2013

    After completing training on entrepreneurship skills, financial management skills, and business plan development skills, about 20 internally displaced women received a small capital to get them started with their business.

  10. Labour Force Survey Launch in Somaliland

    Hargeisa, ILO News- The Government of Somaliland launched the Labour Force Survey for Somaliland at Maan-soor Hotel, Hargeisa