Technical Cooperation reports

2016

  1. Publication

    Nepal. Report to the Government. Moving towards a Social Protection Floor in Nepal. An ILO design and cost assessment for five new social insurance schemes for sickness, maternity, employment injury, unemployment, and medical care

    07 September 2016

    ILO/TF/Nepal/R.8

  2. Publication

    Nepal. Report to the Government. Moving towards a Social Protection Floor in Nepal. An ILO actuarial study for a new pension scheme for all private sector workers and the self-employed

    07 September 2016

    ILO/TF/Nepal/R.9

2015

  1. Publication

    Rwanda. Feasibility study of the introduction of a new maternity cash benefits scheme in Rwanda

    01 December 2015

    ILO/TF/Rwanda/R.9

  2. Publication

    Costa Rica. Informe sobre la Validación de la Valuación Actuarial del Régimen de Invalidez, Vejez y Muerte (RIVM) efectuada por la Caja Costarricense de Seguro Social (CCSS)

    01 December 2015

    OIT/TF/Costa Rica/R.6

  3. Publication

    Bangladesh. Technical note. Comparison between employment injury provisions in the Labour Act and standard provisions of an employment injury insurance scheme

    26 November 2015

    OIT/TF/Bangladesh/R.2

  4. Publication

    Bangladesh. Rana Plaza Compensation Scheme. Technical report on the scheme design and operationalization, and lessons learnt

    26 November 2015

    OIT/TF/Bangladesh/R.1

  5. Publication

    Ghana. Rationalizing social protection expenditure in Ghana

    05 November 2015

    OIT/TF/Ghana/R.20

2014

  1. Publication

    Honduras. Informe al gobierno. Valuaciones actuariales del Instituto Hondureño de Seguridad Social (IHSS), el Instituto Nacional de Jubilaciones y Pensiones de los Empleados y Funcionarios Públicos (INJUPEMP) y el Instituto Nacional de Previsión del Magisterio (INPREMA). Con corte al 31 de diciembre de 2012

    01 July 2014

    OIT/UE/Honduras/R.19

  2. Publication

    Honduras. Informe al gobierno. Análisis de la legislación hondureña de seguridad social a la luz del Convenio sobre seguridad social (norma mínima), 1952 (núm. 102

    01 July 2014

    OIT/UE/Honduras/R.20

  3. Technical cooperation report

    Republic of South Africa. Report to the Government. Assessment of the South African legislation in view of a possible ratification of the Social Security (Minimum Standards) Convention, 1952 (No. 102)

    03 February 2014

    ILO/TF/South Africa/R.1

2013

  1. Publication

    Mongolia. Report to the Government. Extending old-age pension coverage to herders, the self-employed, informal sector workers and other non-covered working groups

    01 January 2013

    ILO/TF/Mongolia/R.3

  2. Publication

    Swaziland. Report to the Government. Actuarial assessment of the conversion of Swaziland's National Provident Fund to the National Social Insurance Pension Scheme

    01 January 2013

    ILO/TF/Swaziland/R.4

  3. Publication

    Saint Lucia. Report to the Government. Tenth actuarial valuation review of the National Insurance Fund as of 30 June 2010

    01 January 2013

    ILO/TF/Saint Lucia/R.10

2012

  1. Publication

    Coordinating social protection and employment policies: Experiences from Burkina Faso, Cambodia and Honduras

    14 June 2012

    This document is the synthesis report of the ILO/EU project entitled "Improving Social Protection and Promoting Employment", carried out in three pilot countries - Burkina Faso, Cambodia and Honduras.

  2. Publication

    Cambodia. Social Security for the formal economy. Outlook and challenges ahead

    01 January 2012

    ILO/EU/Cambodia/R.7

  3. Publication

    Methods for estimating the poverty lines. Four country case studies

    01 January 2012

    This report provides international examples of poverty line estimations and serves as a reference for further policy formulation in Kazakhstan. It constitutes the second volume of the final report of the ILO technical assistance activity on assessing and improving the methodologies of the subsistence minimum calculation in Kazakhstan. The first volume is focused on the subsistence minimum calculation methodology and determination.

  4. Publication

    Cambodia. Financial assessment of the National Social Protection Strategy for the Poor and Vulnerable

    01 January 2012

    ILO/EU/Cambodia/R.6

  5. Publication

    Cambodia. Toward integrated employment and social protection policies

    01 January 2012

  6. Publication

    Cambodia. Toward a national employment strategy for sustained poverty reduction

    01 January 2012

    The study includes analysis of the labour market, particularly with regard to vulnerable groups, meeting the employment challenges through sectoral policies, and reinforcing the link between poverty reduction through inclusive employment and labour market policies and extension of the social protection floor. To develop the elements of National Employment Policy, the study calls for further in-depth analysis: to identify some benchmark indicators to monitor employment and labour market performances; to review Cambodia’s existing and dynamic comparative advantages; to finding ways of developing and improving livelihoods in the rural areas; to assess the constraints faced in implementing the recent Labour Law; and to further develop active labour market policies and its implementation structure across institutions.

  7. Publication

    The methodologies of the subsistence minimum determination in Kazakhstan. The Ways and approaches to improve

    01 January 2012

    This report consists of four analytical chapters and conclusions which also include recommendations. Chapter 1 describes how to rationally estimate the (non-food) subsistence minimum. Here, the focus is given to two measurement methodologies: Engel’s coeffi cient method and the Regression method. Chapter 2 reviews the history of the subsistence minimum in Kazakhstan and on how to improve its measurement on the basis of scientifi c methods and international practice. Chapter 3 estimates the non-food and total subsistence minimum for 2007–2009 at national and regional (oblast) levels. Chapter 4 centres on the advantage and disadvantage of relative poverty lines. In the conclusions, the main points of discussion from Chapters 1–4 are summarized and the recommendations of future policy options are provided, which Kazakhstan might consider in order to improve its poverty line analysis. This document constitutes the second volume of the final report of the ILO technical assistance activity on assessing and improving the methodologies of the subsistence minimum calculation in Kazakhstan. The second volume provides international examples of poverty line estimations and serves as a reference for further policy formulation in Kazakhstan.