Publications

May 2019

  1. Informality and Poverty in Zambia: Findings from the 2015 Living Conditions and Monitoring Survey

    31 May 2019

    In Zambia like in many developing countries, quality and up-to-date data on the size and characteristics of informal workers are scarce, which constitutes a major challenge to the formulation of appropriate policies targeting this group, and the extension of social protection coverage in general. Despite its importance to employment and contribution to the economy, the definition and measurement of the informal economy pose a challenge. The analysis on informality and poverty in Zambia presents useful and critical information to support comprehensive policy dialogue on suitable interventions for extension of coverage.

  2. Executive Summary - Mozambique Cyclone Idai 2019: Post Disaster Needs Assessment

    23 May 2019

  3. Mozambique Cyclone Idai 2019: Post Disaster Needs Assessment

    23 May 2019

  4. General principles and operational guidelines for fair recruitment and definition of recruitment fees and related costs

    22 May 2019

    This document brings together the ILO general principles and operational guidelines for fair recruitment (“principles and guidelines”) and the definition of recruitment fees and related costs.

  5. Appeal: The ILO response to the Idai and Kenneth cyclones in Mozambique

    15 May 2019

    The ILO is launching an appeal to its development partners to support the response to Cyclone Idai and Kenneth in Mozambique.

  6. Accelerating action for the elimination of child labour in supply chains in Africa (ACCEL Africa)

    11 May 2019

  7. Le projet ACCEL Africa au Mali

    10 May 2019

  8. ACCEL Africa Project in Uganda

    10 May 2019

  9. ACCEL Africa Project in Malawi

    10 May 2019

  10. ACCEL Africa Project in Nigeria

    10 May 2019

  11. ACCEL Africa Project at a glance - Egypt

    10 May 2019

  12. ILO CO-Abuja Centenary and 60th Anniversary in Nigeria Exhibition Brochure

    08 May 2019

    This brochure has been developed in commemoration of the ILO Centenary and 60th anniversary in Nigeria with the objective of highlighting some of the major achievements of the ILO and its tripartite partners in Nigeria. We hope it will provide some useful information for everyone on the work of the ILO and its partners.

  13. Youth employability services (YES) centre_Flyer (Amharic)

    01 May 2019

    The YES Center facilitates the placement of youth in decent jobs, trainings and apprenticeships. It also provides counseling and career guidance for the unemployed youth on a regular on-going basis.

  14. Youth employability services (YES) centre_Flyer

    01 May 2019

    The YES Center facilitates the placement of youth in decent jobs, trainings and apprenticeships. It also provides counseling and career guidance for the unemployed youth on a regular on-going basis.

April 2019

  1. Centenary Celebration and 50 Years in Zambia: Coffee Table Book

    30 April 2019

    As the ILO Commemorates its centenary in 2019, the ILO Lusaka Office also commemorates its 50 years of operating in Zambia. This Coffee Table Book captures the ILO's Journey in Zambia through pictures and eye catching quotes from various stakeholders that have contributed to this journey from the 1960s to date.

  2. How Immigrants Contribute to Rwanda's Economy

    10 April 2019

    A joint report by the OECD Development Centre and the International Labour Organisation (ILO), How Immigrants contribute to Rwanda's economy, demonstrates the economic contribution of these immigrants and makes recommendations regarding the enhancement of this contribution.

  3. How Immigrants contribute to South Africa's Economy

    10 April 2019

    South Africa

  4. How Immigrants Contribute to South Africa's Economy

    10 April 2019

    South Africa

  5. Enabling Environment for Sustainable Enterprises in Sierra Leone

    04 April 2019

  6. Enabling Environment for Sustainable Enterprises in Sierra Leone: Brochure

    04 April 2019

    The enabling environment for sustainable enterprises in Sierra Leone was assessed through a careful review of secondary data, findings from a large national enterprise survey, in-depth interviews and supplementary information from published and unpublished materials. The assessment produced a detailed identification of barriers that discourage investment, entrepreneurship, job creation and firm competitiveness.