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. The Decent Work Programme (DWP) is a joint programme of the constituents; the Government, the social partners and the International Labour Organization (ILO).

    31 August 2014

    Through extensive tripartite consultations, a results-orientated framework has been developed aimed at the attainment of full and productive employment and decent work for all, including women and youth.

  2. Decent Work Country Programme for Ethiopia signed

    07 August 2014

    The International Labour Organization and its tripartite constituents signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to implement the Decent Work Country Programme for Ethiopia.

  3. Capacity Building on Land and Engineering Surveying in Hargeisa

    01 August 2014

    A land and engineering survey training was held on September 2014 in Hargeisa for district engineers and a selected number of university students from related fields of engineering. In total the training had 41 participants.

  4. Business thriving in the new QudhacDheer market, Hargeisa

    01 August 2014

    ILO, through the Joint Programme on Local Governance and Decentralized Service Delivery (JPLG) supported the Hargeisa District Council in the construction of QudhacDheer marketwhich was identified as a community priority.

  5. Ethiopia Decent Work Country Programme 2014-2015

    17 July 2014

  6. Results of Economically Reintegrating Children Associated with Armed Conflict

    10 June 2014

    As the “Prevention of Child Recruitment and Reintegration of Children Associated with Armed Forces and Groups in south central Somalia” project, euphemistically known as CAAFAG, comes to a close, its contributions are profound.

  7. Vocational skills training in Mogadishu, Somalia

    15 April 2014

    Skills training to improve employability of vulnerable children associated with armed conflict forces and groups in Mogadishu, Somalia

  8. Durable Solutions for Somali refugee returnees through Repatriation, Assistance and Promoting Sustainable Livelihood

    01 April 2014

    The ILO Somalia is implementing a project aimed at providing durable Solutions for Somali refugee returnees through Sustainable Livelihoods. This durable solutions project will support the economic reintegration of spontaneous and/or facilitated group returns to Baidoa, through a diversified livelihood and community-based approach. This approach aims to establish conditions that will enable returnees and their communities to access their basic needs and restore their livelihoods with dignity.

  9. Child labour in Somaliland: A rapid assessment in Hargeisa, Burao and Borama

    31 March 2014

    This report presents findings from a rapid appraisal conducted in the Somaliland main cities of Hargeisa, Burao and Borama. The study sought to characterize the working children, establish the types of work that children engage in, determine the pathways into and causes of child labour, as well as establish the living and working conditions, and perceptions of the community on child labour.

  10. Youth for Change Briefing

    11 March 2014

    Youth for Change joint initiative targets 2000 at-risk youth, youth associated with armed groups, and youth in conflict with the law. However, the Y4C also includes restorative justice, (understood as support for Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanism and Community Correction which provides the framework for alternatives to detention and Rehabilitation, Integration and Reconciliation).