Country Office for Zimbabwe and Namibia
Zimbabwe signs its Decent Work Country Programme, 2022 – 2026
Zimbabwe has signed its fourth generation of the DWCP 2022 - 2026. The document is aligned to the Abidjan Declaration, the Zimbabwe United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework, 2022-2026, and constituents priorities.
ILO/Harare/RFQ SEDWAY07/2023/Call For A Consultant - Review and alignment of the Broad-based Women Economic and Empowerment Framework to National Development Frameworks
22 March 2023
Decent Work Country Programme for Zimbabwe 2022–2026
21 March 2023
RFQ 01/03/2023-DWCP/ Printing of the Decent Work Country Programme for Zimbabwe.
20 March 2023
“ASPYEE, A continental platform to influence policy and practice”
The African Skills Portal for Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship (ASPYEE) is a continental knowledge sharing platform which enables practitioners and policy makers across the African continent to share, collaborate engage with each other. The platform aims to strengthen mechanisms to foster peer learning, knowledge exchange, and capacity building on the continent.
ASPYEE provides a platform to promote African-owned, innovative approaches derived from experience from the field and research. Reflecting on African good practice, successes and lessons learnt from the field is fundamental to grow an evidence-based knowledge repository to further the African Union’s agenda on skills and employment. The online platform advocates for dialogue across a diverse stakeholder group in the ecosystem, bringing together demand-side needs and supply-side responses.
ASPYEE forms part of the Skills Initiative For Africa programme, which is implemented by the African Union Commission (AUC) and African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD).
Visit the ASPYEE website to learn more.
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