For 2014-15 the outlook is moderately positive, with multi-annual partnerships with core partners being renewed and increased diversification of the portfolio through private sector funding, emerging partner countries, and South-South cooperation. Partners support ILO's integrated approach to the new Areas of Critical Importance, engaging with the ILO's value propositions in these areas. At country-level, the results captured in Decent Work Country Programmes (DWCPs) are driven by the ILO's national constituents. These DWCPs are an integral part of wider United Nations development frameworks.
Where possible, partners are encouraged to provide flexible, un-earmarked and predictable funding. In return the ILO has strengthened its capacity to manage for development results and to deliver value for money. Monitoring and evaluation inform the programming process and enhance country and constituent ownership. In 2012-13 the ILO achieved a delivery rate of 80 per cent, the highest ever.
Results and background
|Australia: Overview of progress towards decent work (06/13)|
|Belgium: Factsheet, Belgium-ILO Cooperation, February 2014|
|Canada: Cooperation results overview|
|Czech Republic: Cooperation results overview|
|Denmark: Factsheet, Denmark-ILO Cooperation, April 2014|
|European Union: The ILO and the EU - Partners for decent work and social justice: Impact of ten years of cooperation|
|Finland-ILO Cooperation (Updated October 2014)|
|Flanders: Cooperation results overview|
|France: Le partenariat France–BIT : Ensemble au service du travail décent|
|Germany and the ILO: An overview of cooperation results|
|Ireland: Ireland-ILO Partnership: |
Outcome-based Partnership Programme, 2012-15 (Updated 05-2014)
Ireland: Factsheet, Ireland-ILO Cooperation, June 2014
|Italy: An overview of Italy's voluntary contribution to the ILO|
|Japan: Cooperation Results Overview|
|Republic of Korea: Cooperation Results|
|Luxembourg: Factsheet, Luxembourg-ILO Cooperation, May 2014|
|Netherlands-ILO Cooperation, December 2014|
|Norway: Factsheet, Norway-ILO Cooperation, June 2014 |
Norway-ILO Partnership Results Report 2012-13:
Outcome-based Partnership Cooperation Agreement, 2012-15 (Updated 05-2014)
|Spain / España: 25 años de actividades OIT con el apoyo de la cooperación española: |
Promoviendo el trabajo decente y la justicia social (in Spanish), Update, February 2014
|Sweden: Factsheet, Sweden-ILO Cooperation, May 2014 |
Sweden-ILO Partnership Programme: Outcome-based Partnership Programme 2012-13 (Updated May-2014)
|Switzerland: Factsheet, Switzerland-ILO Cooperation, February 2014|
|United States: Factsheet, United States-ILO Cooperation, March 2014|
- Regular Budget (RB): all Member States by virtue of their membership of the ILO provide contributions to the regular budget based on GNP, as in the United Nations.
- The Regular Budget Supplementary Account (RBSA) contributes to Decent Work Agenda priorities through strategic funding to the technical cooperation programme. It is based on voluntary contributions.
- Extra-budgetary technical cooperation funding (XBTC) to the technical cooperation programme supports Member States in achieving the results agreed by its constituents in Decent Work Country Programmes (DWCP) through specific projects, with a determined timeline and pre-defined geographic and thematic focus. This is also based on voluntary funding.
In 2012-2013 the ILO achieved a delivery rate of 80 per cent, the highest ever. This review of ILO development results reflects the changing nature and increased impact of its operations, and the growing recognition of the value of decent work.
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The project will continue the strategic intervention model and develop a monitoring mechanism for child labour in seasonal agriculture. The model will be scaled up in other sectors.
This statistical summary provides final figures on ILO technical cooperation in 2013.
Rural youth employment
ILO-led UN Joint Programme with FAO on decent work and food security will create job opportunities for young entrepreneurs along agricultural value chains and boost food security for rural populations in Zambia.