30 May 2011 - 1 December 2016
1 July 2012 - 30 June 2015
19 April 2012 - 18 April 2015
1 November 2011 - 31 December 2014
1 September 2009 - 31 December 2014
The ILO’s STED tool helps to align skills policies with sectoral strategies for export growth, economic diversification and employment creation.
1 September 2010 - 30 September 2014
BOSS is a project of the ILO that supports the Institute for Business Support (IADE) and the National Directorate for Rural Development (NDRD) of the Ministry of Economy and Development in boosting local economic development, enhancing Government service delivery and creating quality employment in rural areas by expanding market access for MSEs, strengthening local contractors and improving the provision of business development services.
1 January 2012 - 31 December 2013
1 February 2009 - 31 July 2013
The project aims to support the analysis and formulation of effective and coherent trade and labour market policies that address the adjustment challenges that workers and employers face and expand opportunities for the creation of decent employment in developing countries.
4 July 2009 - 31 December 2012
1 March 2008 - 30 June 2012
1 August 2009 - 31 March 2012
26 January - 31 December 2011
A technical cooperation project financed by the French Government for countries of French-speaking Africa and the Union for the Mediterranean
1 February 2008 - 31 December 2011
The Cooperative Facility for Africa - CoopAfrica is a technical cooperation programme of the ILO, under DFID funding. From its office in Dar-es-Salaam (Tanzania), CoopAfrica covers 9 countries in Eastern and Southern Africa. CoopAfrica assists cooperatives to improve their governance, efficiency and performance in order to strengthen their capacity to create jobs, access markets, generate income, reduce poverty, provide social protection and give people a voice in society.
1 January 2008 - 31 December 2010
1 June 2009 - 1 June 2010
What began as a financial crisis in industrialized countries has rapidly become a global jobs crisis. Trade and FDI are two of the main channels through which the financial crisis has been transmitted to developing and transition economies. In this context, the ILO has conducted a range of country level studies to evaluate the employment impact of changes in trade and FDI flows during the global crisis and at providing policy guidance to policy makers on how to address those impacts. Relevant work has been conducted in the following countries: Brazil, Egypt, India, Liberia, South Africa, Uganda and Ukraine. The findings of this country level work are summarized in a publication co-published with Academic Foundation: “Trade and Employment in the Global Crisis”. Key topics covered include how changes in trade flows affect the labour market, the role of price volatility and demand shocks in the recent crisis and how export concentration makes countries more vulnerable.
1 January 2007 - 30 April 2010
1 January 2007 - 30 April 2010
1 January 2008 - 31 December 2009
1 May 2005 - 30 September 2009