ILO in Kenya
ILO in Kenya
Kenya has been a member of the ILO since 1965. The ILO is devoted to promoting social justice and internationally recognized human and Labour rights, through a decent work agenda.
Through its projects, ILO Kenya has unlocked the green jobs creation potential of Kenya's building construction industry by enhancing the competitiveness of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises as well as exploring the effects of Labour and Labour related laws on small and medium enterprises thus creating a more enabling environment in the medium and small enterprises. ILO has also Improved policy and legal frameworks in place to protect the rights of HIV affected male and female workers and their families.
ILO PROSPECTS in Kenya - at a glance
16 February 2023
Education empowered me to fight for women’s rights in Kenya
27 January 2023
Better Regional Migration Management (BRMM) Programme Brochure
26 January 2023
Focus on projects
Better Utilization of Skills for Youth through Quality Apprenticeships
Kenya Youth Employment Support through Skills (K-YESS)
ILO Law Growth Nexus III Project (matatu sector) in Kenya
The ILO with support from the Norwegian Agency for development Cooperation launched the Law Growth Nexus project to promote increased knowledge and compliance of labour laws in the public transport business and to create more and better jobs