Resources from ILO Country Office for Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique

  1. ARISE - Achieving Reduction of child labour In Support of Education

    01 November 2012

    With funding from Japan Tobacco International (JTI), IPEC is implementing a targeted support programme aimed at reducing the worst forms of child labour in tobacco-growing communities in Zambia.

  2. Workshops on convections 156, 183 and 189 between ILO office in Angola, Brazil, Portugal and Mozambique and tri-partite partners in Mozambique

    ILO office in Maputo in collaboration with its counterparts in Brasilia, Luanda and Lisbon organized a two days workshop to discuss and share experiences on implementation of Decent Work Country program with emphasis on equality conventions 156-Workers with Family Responsibilities, 183-Maternity Protection and 189-Domestic workers.

  3. High Level National Policy Dialogue

    The Ministry of Labour in collaboration with the International labour Organisation (ILO) held a successful High Level National Policy Dialogue between 22nd and 23rd October 2012 . The Vice President of the Republic of Malawi, Right Honourable Khumbo Kachali officially opened the policy dialogue

  4. Government Republic of Zambia(GRZ) and United Nations (UN) Joint Programme launched Gender Based Violence launched

    25 September 2012

    The Government of Republic of Zambia (GRZ) and the United Nations (UN) Launched a four-year GRZ-UN Joint Programme, with a budget of USD 15.5 million, to reduce Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Zambia.

  5. Principal Secretaries-Adoption of National Employment and Labour Policy

    The Ministry of Labour in Malawi in collaboration with the International Labour Organization held a one day meeting with Principal Secretaries to discuss the National Employment and Labour Policy for Malawi whose draft was finalised in July 2012.

  6. Recording and notification of occupational accidents and diseases in Malawi 2012

    04 June 2012

    The European Commission (EC) under the terms of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Project on “Improving Safety and Health at Work through a Decent Work Agenda” provided funding to print this document. The opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission or the International Labour Organisation.

  7. Youth Employment Newsletter e-Nchito

    15 May 2012

    Youth Employment Newsletter e-Nchito Voice of Concern: A call to Action! Issue 1

  8. Flyer : National Youth Employment Promotion Event

    12 March 2012

    The International Labour Organization in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports Presents: National Youth Employment Promotion Event (Alongside the annual 2012 Young Entrepreneurs Exhibition) Under the Sub-Theme: “Promoting Decent Work for Young People” Dates: March 6th (14.00-16.30) – March 7th 2012 (07.30 – 15.00) Venue: New Government Conference Centre, Kamwala

  9. Zambia promotes Decent Work for young people

    12 March 2012

  10. ZAMBIA National Event on Youth Employment Promotion

    The International Labour Organization country office in Lusaka in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports host a two day national youth employment promotion event on 6 and 7 March 2012.