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Development cooperation at a glance

  1. QUICK FACTS:

    In 2014 voluntary contributions to the ILO amounted to USD 269 million.

    Of the 802 active projects (May 2015):

    • 275 focus on employment
    • 101 focus on social protection
    • 181 focus on social dialogue
    • 167 focus on standards and fundamental principles and rights at work 

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Partnerships and Field Support

The ILO promotes decent work for all as a global goal by –
  • partnering and forging relations with the donor community, the multilateral system and other development actors
  • contributing to the ILO’s involvement in the multilateral system's coordination and reform processes, at all levels
  • mobilizing extra-budgetary funding for development cooperation and funds for the Regular Budget Supplementary Account (RBSA), to complement and enhance actions undertaken through the regular budget 
  • putting in place the ILO’s development cooperation policy and coordinating, supporting and overseeing the management of extra-budgetary activities
  • providing information on the ILO’s development cooperation programme and its financing

In their own words: How the ILO has helped

  1. Social dialogue

    Bargaining In Jordan's Ready Made Garment Sector

    In Jordan, migrant workers who were previously not eligible to be members of a trade union are now all represented in an industry-wide collective agreement. The ILO-IFC Better Work programme helped make this change.

  2. Emergency employment

    Lloyd Polinar: Welder

    The ILO has supported the Department of Labour and Employment (DOLE) of the Philippines in creating temporary jobs through “emergency employment programmes” aiming to help improve living and working conditions for the victims of typhoon Haiyan.

  3. Skills development

    Kickstart: Bangladesh's female motorcycle service mechanics

    Skills in Bangladesh are changing. Bangladesh needs skilled workers, so the ILO is making technical and vocational education easier to access for all, to be of better quality and directly linked to jobs. After the trainees graduated, this programme was integrated into the mainstream training offers that now turn young men and women across Bangladesh into motorcycle service mechanics.

  4. Youth employment

    Supporting entrepreneurship through the Youth to Youth Fund in Kenya

    The Youth to Youth Fund (Y2YF) component of the Youth Entrepreneurship Facility (YEF) gives young women and man a chance to design and implement innovative solutions to employment challenges. The Y2YF is implemented by the ILO and a partner organization in Kenya, the Ustadi Foundation. It has so far given support to 39 organizations and has had 2,058 beneficiaries.