Somalia: Resources

  1. Strengthening the Common Approach on BLMA and Skills Development among LMAG in EHoA

  2. Report on the Assessment of Sources of Data on International Labour Migration in Uganda

    17 February 2024

    The assessment provided information on the national data needs, the type of data currently collected by the different institutions, their data collection, management, and dissemination practices, as well as the prospects for improving data sharing in future. The study further identified challenges in the production of statistics on international labour migration and proposes remedies to the identified challenges.

  3. Report on the Assessment of Sources of Data on International Labour Migration in Tanzania

    17 February 2024

    The assessment provided information on the national data needs, the type of data currently collected by the different institutions, their data collection, management, and dissemination practices, as well as the prospects for improving data sharing in future.

  4. MRC Implementation Agreement Signing and Motorbike's Handover Ceremony

    31 January 2024

    The ILO, through the BRMM programme, is collaborating with the Government of South Sudan to establish the first MRC in Juba, aiming to provide accurate information and timely support to potential migrants, returnees, and their families, fostering informed decision-making.

  5. Shaping Narratives, Changing Lives: The Role of Media in Labour Migration

    31 January 2024

    The BRMM programme is organising a capacity building workshop dedicated to raising awareness on labour migration dynamics among local and international media outlets, as well as to emphasise the importance of providing adequate coverage on labour migration issues, in recognition of International Migrants Day, December 18.

  6. Decent Work Country Programme for Somalia 2023 - 2025

    22 January 2024

    The Somalia Decent Work Country Programme 2023-2025is the product of an extensive consultative and participatory process with the ILO tripartite constituents, i.e., the Government, employers and workers. The DWCP 2023-2025 outlines the policy direction, strategies, and anticipated results through prioritised work areas during this period that will contribute to the country’s attainment of Decent Work. In recent years, with significant international community support, Somalia has made good progress in its institutional and economic reconstruction efforts. The DWCP aims to build upon the substantial gains made by the Federal Government and the Federal Member States to promote growth and development of the economy at national and state levels.

  7. Advancing Labour Migration Governance and Protecting Workers' Rights in Africa

    22 December 2023

    Contributing to improved labour migration governance and the protection of migrant workers' rights through enhanced social dialogue, trade union cooperation, and advocacy

  8. From Challenges to Opportunities: Entrepreneurship Training for Kenya's Returned Migrant Workers

    12 December 2023

    Reinforcing the entrepreneurial and business management skills of 660 vulnerable returned migrants in Nairobi and Mombasa cities.

  9. Unveiling Trends, Practices, and Opportunities in Skills Development Across Southern, East, and Horn of Africa

    10 December 2023

    Addressing the need for more reliable information on the skills dimensions of labour migration by establishing an information hub within the Knowledge Sharing Portal on Skills and Labour Migration (ASPYEE) platform.

  10. Tracking Progress: FCDO's In-Depth Review of Labour Migration Interventions in Kenya

    A high-level monitoring visit on the ongoing ILO Better Regional Migration Management (BRMM) Program interventions in Kenya (Nairobi and Mombasa)