Resources from ILO Country Office for Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique

  1. August 2020 Edition of the Quarterly Newsletter

    11 August 2020

    The August 2020 Edition of our quarterly newsletter brings forth interesting articles amid the COVID-19 outbreak. This edition predominantly features articles on how the Country Office – Lusaka in three locations (Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique) has responded to cushion the impact of the pandemic on governments, employers and workers. Importantly, the edition gives the perspective of the ILO’s response to the pandemic through various measures being put in place to mitigate job losses and the negative impact COVID-19 has had on people’s livelihoods across the globe. It is a well-known fact that the pandemic is far from over. It is even accelerating and spreading in some of the regions.

  2. Malawi commemorates World Day Against Child Labour 2020

    12 June 2020

    Malawi joins the work in commemorating World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) with a focus this year on the impact of COVID-19 on child labour, under the slogan: COVID-19: Protect Children from Child Labour, now more than ever!

  3. United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2017-2020

    02 June 2020

    2019 Progress Report

  4. United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2017-2020

    02 June 2020

    2018 Progress Report

  5. Guidelines for stakeholders on the right to freedom of association in agriculture

    01 May 2020

    A document that describes what freedom of association is, why it is important in the agriculture and who is covered by freedom of association. It lists the different organisations found in agriculture and how they can use freedom of association to benefit both the workers in agriculture and their organisations. It explains the challenges agricultural workers face to unionize and how employers and workers can be protected against anti-union discrimination and acts of interference.

  6. Safety and Health at Work Can Save Lives and Help Stop the Covid-19 Pandemic

    28 April 2020

    As the world celebrate this year’s World Day for Safety and Health at Work, commemorated on 28 April each year, there is need to address the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus in the world’s workplaces. In Malawi, the International Labour Organization (ILO) is supporting the Government, workers, and employers to prepare for and respond to COVID-19 by reinforcing the social protection and labour protection clusters of the National Preparedness and Response Plan and sponsoring rapid assessments of the impacts of the crisis on the labour market, so that the ILO can support our partners and the broader United Nations (UN) country team to target our responses for maximum impact.

  7. Africa Webinar Programme: World Day for Safety and Health at Work

    27 April 2020

  8. AUDA-NEPAD, ILO and partners organize webinar on Occupational Safety and Health in Africa

    27 April 2020

  9. Africa Webinar Speakers: World Day for Safety and Health at Work

    26 April 2020

  10. World Day for Safety and Health at Work Commemoration AFRICA WEBINAR

    ILO and AUDA-NEPAD will be hosting a 2-hour virtual OSH day commemoration 28th April from 13h00 – 15h00 (CAT). ILO recently revised the World Day for Safety and Health at Work theme from “Violence and Harassment in the World of Work” to “Stop the Pandemic: Safety and Health at Work can Save Lives”, to resonate with the current COVID-19 situation. ILO and AUDA-NEPAD will be hosting a commemoration webinar for Africa under the sub-theme “Saluting Healthcare Workers in the fight against COVID-19” to honour the healthcare workers and their contribution to combating COVID-19.