The ILO operates a wide range of programmes and projects in Asia Pacific focusing on relief and development challenges. The overall purpose of this technical cooperation is to support implementation of the Decent Work agenda in each country.
Supporting the Improvement of the Legal and Institutional Framework on Occupational Safety and Health in Myanmar
1 July 2015 - 31 December 2017
This project aims to contribute to better, safer and healthier working conditions in Myanmar.
Supporting the Implementation of Sustainable Social Protection Floors for Workers and their Families in ASEAN
1 July 2015 - 31 December 2017
This project aims to build a better social protection system for ASEAN countries by securing income, increasing access to social services, and enhancing the employability of female and male workers, with a specific focus on two countries; Cambodia and Myanmar.
Tenth Actuarial Valuation of the Social Security Fund in Response to Section 82 of the Social Security Act 1696
15 June 2015 - 14 June 2017
Emergency Employment Response to Nepal Earthquake-affected Areas: Provision of OSH Equipment for Debris and Landslide Clearance Workers
22 May - 31 December 2015
In partnership with the Government of Japan, the Project contributes to enhance the occupational safety and health of the workers enrolled in debris, landslides clearance and road maintenance activities by providing protective clothing and hand tools.
Strengthening capacity of constituents to address unacceptable forms of work focusing child labour, bonded labour and informal economy workers
1 May 2015 - 30 April 2016
Labour Standards in Global Supply Chains: A Programme of Action for Asia and the Garment Sector in Indonesia
1 May - 30 November 2015
This project takes up challenges to labour standards and working conditions arising from globalized garment production through research, development and dissemination of knowledge products at national, regional and global levels, and action at national and factory level.
20 April - 30 August 2015
The project aims to help develop a common understanding of the potential benefits, costs, and success/risk factors in establishing and operating the ILO Seoul Training Center (ISTU).
11 April 2015 - 10 April 2018
The Project represents a third phase of EU-IOM-ILO partnership on migration management in China. It aims at maximizing the benefits of international migration and focuses on the four pillars of the Global Approach to Migration and Mobility framework that are of common interest to both European and Chinese stakeholders.
Workplaces and Industries for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth through Sharing Good Practices of GBA, OSH and IR Projects (InSIGHT Project)
1 April 2015 - 31 March 2018
The InSIGHT Project aims to promote mechanisms and practical approaches that enable industries and workplaces in the Asian region to become drivers of sustainable and inclusive growth.
The Elimination of Child Labour and Promotion of Decent Work in the Stora Enso Value Chain, with a Focus on Pakistan
1 April 2015 - 31 May 2017
In order to strengthen its global policy and efforts to promote decent work and progressively eliminate child labour in its value chain in Pakistan, Stora Enso (SE) entered a public-private partnership agreement with the ILO.
1 April 2015 - 31 December 2017
This project is designed to integrate skills development into sectoral policies and develop effective skills strategies in selected export sectors in Cambodia and Myanmar.
1 April 2015 - 31 March 2016
This supplementation project aims to build on the outcomes of the previous phase, promote effective consultation and provide the Government with improved recommendations on policies and regulations on occupational safety and health under the Law on Occupational Safety and Health.
31 March - 30 June 2015
ILO to coordinate and implement technical assistance as part of the national recovery and reconstruction phase in Vanuatu - Post Cyclone Pam
15 March 2015 - 15 March 2019
Ceasefire and peace process efforts as part of the reforms since 2011 have presented new opportunities to work with communities and conflict parties to make a measurable contribution to peace at the local level in areas of Myanmar affected by conflict.
Actuarial Studies for the Establishment of Social Security Schemes (ASSESS): ILO Technical Assistance to the Social Security Fund in Nepal
1 March 2015 - 31 August 2016
With funding from the Government of Japan, the project contributes to the constituents’ efforts for improved quality and financial viability of social security schemes to be designed and implemented by the Social Security Fund (SSF), Ministry of Labour and Employment (MoLE). The designing of five social security schemes related to unemployment benefits, maternity benefits, medical care, sickness benefits, and employment injury benefits are based on the actuarial analysis carried out for these schemes.
1 March 2015 - 31 December 2016
A UN Women and ILO collaboration to enhance the benefits of labour migration in the ASEAN region through improved protection of women migrant workers
Increasing productivity and competitiveness through labour law compliance in Pakistan’s textile sector
1 February 2015 - 30 June 2016
In partnership with Pakistan Textiles Exporters Association (PTEA), the ILO is providing technical support in promoting Labour Law Compliance in Textile Sector in Faisalabad for better productivity and competitiveness. The 3 years long project will provide support to 280 factories and will focus on institutionalising a monitoring and reporting mechanism at the industry association level and providing enterprise level support in developing workplace improvement policies and programmes. The project will closely work with tripartite supervisory bodies at federal, provincial and district levels, international buyers/sourcing community and other stakeholders.
1 February 2015 - 31 January 2016
The project aims to support in developing, demonstrating and disseminating a regional strategy or approach to promote employment creation in post-natural disaster recovery, reconstruction and development work. Whilst many countries in Asia and the Pacific region have experienced a large number of disasters every year, they have accumulated a rich body of knowledge and experience on how to prepare for and recover from natural hazards. The project is expected to contribute to further advancing this knowledge and the exchange of such knowledge and mutual learning between countries in the Region that are prone to large-scale and/or frequent natural disasters.
1 January 2015 - 31 December 2016
The “Scaling up: Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) Myanmar” Project aims to improve the outcomes of Myanmar’s skill trainings and link them to the country’s export growth for more and better jobs in the selected export sectors (Tourism and Agriculture).
1 January 2015 - 29 February 2016
The project aims to promote International Labour Standards and Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and supports the trade unions’ campaign for the ratification of Core Labour Standards.