DWT/CO–Pretoria: ILO DWT for Eastern and Southern Africa and Country Office for South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini

Key resources

  1. Publication

    Comparative Study of rapid assessments of reskilling and upskilling and upskilling needs due to the COVID-19 Crisis:Africa

    These assessments were conducted in several African Countries.

  2. Publication

    South Africa's Social and Solidarity Economy

    Alignment of the policy with national, regional and international frameworks

  3. Publication

    South Africa's Social Solidarity Economy

     An evaluation of the policy Development Process

  4. Publication

    South Africa’s social and solidarity economy

    A study of its characteristics and conditions

Launch of ILO Productivity Ecosystems for Decent Work Programme in South Africa

  1. The Governments of South Africa and Switzerland, in a joint event with the International Labour Organization (ILO), officially launched the new ILO Productivity Ecosystems for Decent Work programme on 5 July 2022. The new programme identifies root causes of low productivity and decent work deficits and develops capacity and ownership of local and national actors to address them.


  1. “ASPYEE, A continental platform to influence policy and practice”

    The African Skills Portal for Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship (ASPYEE) is a continental knowledge sharing platform which enables practitioners and policy makers across the African continent to share, collaborate engage with each other. The platform aims to strengthen mechanisms to foster peer learning, knowledge exchange, and capacity building on the continent.
    ASPYEE provides a platform to promote African-owned, innovative approaches derived from experience from the field and research. Reflecting on African good practice, successes and lessons learnt from the field is fundamental to grow an evidence-based knowledge repository to further the African Union’s agenda on skills and employment. The online platform advocates for dialogue across a diverse stakeholder group in the ecosystem, bringing together demand-side needs and supply-side responses.
    ASPYEE forms part of the Skills Initiative For Africa programme, which is implemented by the African Union Commission (AUC) and African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD).

    Visit the ASPYEE website to learn more.

    Contact us on: aspyee@nepad.org