In most countries, private enterprises create the most jobs. This is especially true in developing countries, where over 90 percent of jobs are in the private sector. People who have overcome poverty identify “finding a paid job” or “starting a business” as the two most important reasons.
This is a summary of key findings of the report “Cooperation among workers in the informal economy: A focus on home-based workers and waste pickers”. This report is part of the joint ILO and WIEGO initiative, which aims to understand the nature and scope of cooperatives and other social and solidarity economy enterprises and organizations formed by workers in the informal economy.
Date issued: 23 June 2017
Zambia’s Pilot Houses were built to test and demonstrate ways of incorporating sustainable principles in the construction of comfortable and affordable homes.
Date issued: 13 June 2017
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A rapid market assessment was conducted in Vietnam's responsible tourism sector to assess potential for growing the sector by improving competitiveness and creating jobs, while also strengthening it to become more resilient to climate change.
Positive Impact: SCORE Training contributes to cleaner production and increased productivity in SMEs
Date issued: 31 May 2017
5th June 2017 is World Environment Day, providing us with the opportunity to reflect on the current challenges that face our environment, as well as the important gains that have been made in workplaces around the world through SCORE Training. By reducing the environmental footprint SCORE is contributing to a more sustainable economy and a better working environment for all.
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