Afghanistan resources

July 2017

  1. 25-26 July 2017

    Inter-Regional Expert Forum on Skills and Migration in the South Asia - Middle East Corridor

    25 - 26 July 2017

    The ILO and the Indian Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) to co-host an Inter-Regional Expert Forum on Skills and Migration.

  2. Meeting document

    Agenda of the Inter-Regional Expert Forum on Skills and Migration in the South Asia – Middle East Corridor

  3. Meeting document

    Goals and Key tasks – TAWG on Skills and Qualification Recognition

    A matrix of priorities for the Colombo Process working group.

  4. Our impact, their voices

    Training: A means to better job prospects, wages and respect at work

    Mohammed Liton, Shahnaz Parvin and Mohammed Rezaul Karim speak about their plans to migrate for work and the importance of vocational training.

  5. Video interview

    Training is paramount to access the overseas market

    Shameem Ahmed Noman speaks about the critical role that training centers play for migrant workers and the need to expand them in a country like Bangladesh.

  6. Video interview

    Skilling workers is key to remittance flow and better job prospects overseas

    Jabed Ahmed speaks about why skilling plays a critical role for migrating workers from Bangladesh.

  7. Presentation

    Strengthening skills recognition systems: Interpreting the global analysis through a migration lens

    This presentation is drawn from the conclusions and recommendations from an ILO study: Understanding the potential impact of skills recognition systems on labour markets (2016)

  8. Presentation

    Collection and sharing of labour market information

    This presentation looks into the methodologies that help improve the collection and the sharing of labour market information

  9. Meeting document

    Concept note

    Inter-Regional Expert Forum on Skills and Migration In the South Asia – Middle East Corridor

May 2017

  1. Publication

    Promoting rural youth employment in Afghanistan through entrepreneurship education and vocational training

    This report sets out a study of the current situation in Afghanistan regarding entrepreneurship education and how the Technical Vocational Education and Training (hereafter referred to as TVET) system might best address the needs of Afghan youth and women, particularly in rural settings.