Resources from ILO Country Office for Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique

  1. UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon to address Zambian Parliament

    22 February 2012

    United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon will visit Zambia this week and address the National Assembly in a special session.

  2. Corridor Economic Empowerment Project (CEEP)

    01 August 2011

    Since March 2011, the Corridor Economic Empowerment Project (CEEP) has worked within Mozambique, focusing on Eight hotspots based within Maputo Province.

  3. United Nations Development Assistance Framework for Mozambique, 2017-2020

    30 June 2011

    This United Nations Development Assistance Framework for Mozambique (UNDAF) 2017 – 2020 is the expression of the Government of Mozambique´s and the United Nations’ priorities and strategic direction to support national development. It is aligned with national and international development instruments, notably the Government’s Five Year Programme, 2015-19 and the Sustainable Development Goals (Agenda 2015-2030).

  4. United Nations Development Assistance Framework 2017-2020

    30 June 2011

    This United Nations Development Assistance Framework for Mozambique (UNDAF) 2017 – 2020 is the expression of the Government of Mozambique´s and the United Nations’ priorities and strategic direction to support national development. It is aligned with national and international development instruments, notably the Government’s Five Year Programme, 2015-19 and the Sustainable Development Goals (Agenda 2015-2030).

  5. Mozambique Decent Work country programme 2011-2015

    01 June 2011

    In Mozambique, the promotion of employment opportunities, and more particularly decent work, is at the heart of the national agenda. Both the Governmental Five-Year Program 2010-2014 and the recently approved national development plan, PARP 2011-2014, focus on the central objective of reducing poverty through more inclusive economic growth.

  6. Malawi National Occupational Safety Programme and Health programme 2011 -2016

    01 June 2011

    The European Commission (EC) under the terms of the 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 author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission.

  7. Corridor Economic Empowerment Project (CEEP)/ Economic Empowerment and HIV Vulnerability Reduction along Transport Corridors in Southern Africa

    01 March 2011

    CEEP is premised on the rationale that poverty in informal work settings like transport corridors and other densely populated areas exacerbate HIV and AIDS vulnerability.

  8. Corridor Economic Empowerment Project (CEEP)/ Economic Empowerment and HIV Vulnerability Reduction along Transport Corridors in Southern Africa

    01 March 2011

    CEEP is premised on the rationale that poverty in informal work settings like transport corridors and other densely populated areas exacerbate HIV and AIDS vulnerability.

  9. Economic Empowerment & HIV vulnerabilities reduction along transport corridors

    28 February 2011

    This Project is a way to increase economic opportunities and therefore economic resilience of the most vulnerable populations and workers with high risk of exposure to HIV infections.

  10. Effect of the Global Financial and Economic Crisis on Job Losses in the Zambian Tourism Sector

    14 July 2010

    In January 2010, the ILO and Zambia Federation of Employers brought the preliminary findings and draft recommendations from the two studies to a dissemination workshop in Lusaka, at which the Hon. Minister of Finance and National Planning was the Chief Guest. Subsequently, the ILO Lusaka Country Office has been finalizing the reports and recommendations for publication.