Resources on employment promotion

  1. Making connections: Farm-to-market road rehabilitation in San Isidro, Leyte

    21 September 2016

    The Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda)-damaged farm-to-market road in San Isidro, Leyte severely hampered the farmers’ agricultural activities. In response, the International Labour Organization (ILO) supported the Municipal Government of San Isidro in restoring the small-scale farmers’ ability to generate income, and in enhancing their food security.

  2. Rebuilding Communities: Quick fix and repair of the Ormoc City Health Office

    21 September 2016

    The public health system of a municipality is crucial to ensuring the physical well-being of its residents. When Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) hit Ormoc City, it reduced the functionality of Rural Health Units (RHU) and Barangay Health Stations (BHS) by half. The International Labour Organization (ILO), collaborating with the World Health Organization (WHO) thus saw an immediate need to get the system operational again.

  3. Improving Chances: Vocational skills training for the out-of-school youth of Bantayan Island, Northern Cebu

    21 September 2016

    Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) severely hampered key industries in Bantayan Island, Northern Cebu, including poultry farming and a burgeoning tourism industry. The International Labour Organization (ILO) not only contributed to the two industries’ revival but also made sure to include in livelihood recovery activities, some of their most vulnerable worker-constituents: the out-of-school youth (OSY).

  4. Helping One’s Self: Repair of Livelihood and Technical Skills (LiTeS) Training Centre in Bogo City, Northern Cebu

    21 September 2016

    Training in Bogo City’s Livelihood and Technical Skills (LiTeS) Training Center was hampered when Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) made landfall in Northern Cebu. In addition, the welding training building was severely damaged.

  5. Benefitting from climate-resilient responses
 to disaster

    21 September 2016

    Armed with hope to start anew, Fedelino Montecino joined the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) training on contour farming, in an effort to recover from the devastation of Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).

  6. The ILO in the Philippines

    15 September 2016

    This Country Leaflet gives an overview of ILO activities in the Philippines. It summarizes the ILO’s history in the country, and outlines the work undertaken in cooperation with the government, employers and workers organizations, and development partners on a wide range of work and work-place issues.

  7. Report on the on-going process towards developing the Philippine labour and employment plan (LEP), 2017-2022

    14 September 2016

    The LEP 2017-2022 is expected to contribute to the national goal that will be set by the next Philippine Development Plan as well as in fulfilling our multi-lateral and regional commitments. To operationalize the attainment of decent work, the proposed LEP will formulate outcomes for the following key pillars: employment; labour relations, labour standards and social dialogue; and social protection including migration and development. Once pillar outcomes are formulated, specific challenges and strategic priorities to address them will be identified.

  8. Strengthening the impact of trade on employment in the Philippines (STRENGTHEN): Project fact sheet

    08 September 2016

    The project aims to strengthen the employment dimension in policies and programmes related to international trade with better analysis, more coherent policy-making, and enhanced programmes that are designed to encourage employment creation and upgrading.

  9. At a glance: Fact sheets on ILO projects and programmes in the Philippines

    24 August 2016

  10. Strengthening the impact of trade on employment in the Philippines (STRENGTHEN): Project fact sheet

    14 July 2016

    The project aims to strengthen the employment dimension in policies and programmes related to international trade with better analysis, more coherent policy-making, and enhanced programmes that are designed to encourage employment creation and upgrading.