Our impact, their voices

2017

  1. How better skills can boost recognition of domestic work

    31 August 2017

    An ILO training course gives Indonesian domestic workers the opportunity to gain a nationally recognized certificate and aims to raise the status of the profession.

  2. Better Work cartoons spark conversations from the boardroom to the factory floor

    25 August 2017

    Joint ILO-IFC programme promotes innovative approach to improve industrial relations in the global garment industry.

  3. Job search clubs run by the ILO gain momentum in Egypt

    11 August 2017

    ILO helps young Egyptian graduates and young people who have been outside the job market for some time to find work through job search clubs.

  4. IFAD and ILO tackle the “MENA gender paradox”

    19 July 2017

    Issue explored at policy forum facilitated by a grant-funded project on gender monitoring and evaluation in the Near East and North Africa.

  5. Matching workers and employers in Cambodia through better employment services

    03 July 2017

    An ILO/China South-South project has led to an improvement in the sharing of labour market data and closer cooperation between the Cambodian government, workers’ and employers’ organizations.

  6. Chinese entrepreneurs benefit from the ILO’s global Start and Improve Your Business (SIYB) course

    26 June 2017

    Fourteen million people trained in China since 2003 in SIYB business skills. The companies established as a result of the programme include those in the technology, engineering and agriculture sectors.

  7. See you at my "playground": Tackling child labour in gold mining

    12 June 2017

    How an ILO project in the Philippines addresses the consequences of climate change and child labour, while improving working conditions in artisanal and small-scale gold mining.

  8. Telling serious things with humour: Mobile theater in Tajikistan campaigns against the informal economy

    08 June 2017

    Two years ago the International Labour Conference adopted the Recommendation concerning the transition from the informal to the formal economy (No.204). Since then a global campaign has started in different parts of the world to formalize the informal economy. In Tajikistan, trade unions are using theatrics to illustrate the consequences of informal employment.

  9. Syrian and Jordanian women find sweet success in training and employment project

    30 May 2017

    Flexible working hours are among the measures that can help boost employment of Syrian and Jordanian women in the sweets-making industry in Jordan.

  10. © GC Communication 2017

    How Kenya’s construction industry boosts green jobs and housing

    26 May 2017

    Innovative ILO project aims to reduce Kenya’s vulnerability to climate risks and improve livelihoods among traditional pastoralist communities.