ILO Country Office for Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone

Plot 617, Diplomatic Zone ,
Central Area District
P.M.B. 2851, Garki,
Abuja, Nigeria

Tel : +234 809 599 5926
Email :

ILO Office Ghana

ILO Ghana Project Office
P. O. Box M49

Office of The Head of Civil Service
Ministries, Accra, Ghana.

Tel : +233 302 688 688
Email :

ILO Country Office for Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone

  • 2020: Looking back, moving forward

    ILO looks back on its human-centred approach to tackling the challenges of a unprecedented year. Learn more about the ILO's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and multiple crisis around the world at:


  • COVID-19 Pandemic in the World of Work

    ILO  supports business resilience in Ghana amidst COVID-19 pandemic

    The ILO SCORE programme is supporting businesses in Ghana to acquire skills to support resilience, response and recovery in the midst of the devastating Covid-19 pandemic through its the Business Continuity Planning (BCP) training programme.

Key Resources

  1. 14th African Regional Meeting

    Advancing Social Justice: Shaping the future of work in Africa

    Report of the Director-General

  2. Assessing Impact of COVID-19

    Assessing the Needs of Enterprises Resulting From Covid-19: Experience of Nigeria Companies

    Considering the important role that businesses play in creating jobs, economic growth, development and prosperity, the Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) conducted a needs assessment survey to identify key challenges faced by businesses resulting from COVID-19.

  3. Work for a brighter future [Executive summary]

    This landmark report by the Global Commission on the Future of Work examines how to achieve a better future of work for all at a time of unprecedented change and exceptional challenges in the world of work.

  4. Employment Policy

    Nigeria National Employment Policy

    The reviewed National Employment Policy outlines strategies that will enable the creation of decent work through a combination of various methods.

  5. Profile and Analysis of Youth-, Gender- and Land-Related Conflicts in Bong and Lofa Counties, Liberia

    This study informs, and is part of, the UN Peacebuilding Fund project “Sustaining peace and improving social cohesion through the promotion of rural employment opportunities for youth in conflict-prone areas”. Its findings serve to support the analytical basis upon which project activities are designed and implemented, and the participation of local stakeholders throughout the project’s components.


More than 200 young people from around the world attended the Global Youth Employment Forum in Abuja, Nigeria to discuss how to ensure more and better quality jobs for young people.