ILO in the Philippines

Welcome to the ILO Country Office for the Philippines (CO-Manila) website. The ILO strives with partners to achieve decent work for all. It promotes social justice and internationally-recognized human and labour rights. It is the United Nations agency where governments, employers and workers have, through a tripartite structure, equal voice in improving conditions and life at work. Read more
  • World Children’s Day

    Kids United sings against child labour

    French youth music group, Kids United New Generation, has lent their voices to the ILO’s global campaign to end child labour. Their latest song highlights the urgent need to take action and calls on governments and organizations around the world to do more.

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    Safe water, decent work in BARMM amid COVID-19

    Households and schoolchildren now have better access to safe water in Maguindanao through a water system built by community members and indigenous peoples under an ILO and the Government of Japan partnership.

  • © ILO/E. Tuyay

    Garment sector in Asia and the Pacific

    Asia-Pacific garment industry suffers as COVID-19 impact ripples through supply chain

    Collapsing consumer demand, government lockdown measures and disruptions to raw material imports have taken their toll on the Asia Pacific garment industry, says a new ILO report.

Focus on

  1. Peace building

    Decent Work for Peace and Resilience

    The ILO and the Government of Japan have partnered to provide jobs and promote peace through improved water supply and sanitation services in post-conflict areas in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).