• About the ILO in Afghanistan

    Afghanistan became the 60th member of the ILO in 1934 and is considered an “original” member State. Since the establishment of the Liaison Office in Kabul in 2003, the ILO has worked in a wide range of areas including: Employment strategies, Labour law reform, International labour standards, Migration, Skills development, Child labour and Social dialogue.

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    Supporting women entrepreneurs in Afghanistan

    Decades of conflict have crippled Afghanistan’s economy. But some Afghan women are taking their handicraft skills to the market and playing an active role in the country’s reconstruction and development as ILO TV reports.