Zambia: Resources

  1. Mozambique's Social Action Sector 2020 Budget Analisis

    22 October 2020

    This is the result of a collaboration and joint efforts by ILO and UNICEF, the publication analyses budget allocations, trends and fiscal space available for non-contributory social protection in Mozambique, raising several key aspects for policy makers consideration, including this year a specific chapter on Social Protection Response Plan to COVID-19.

  2. Market Systems Analysis for Skills in the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Sub-sectors in Zambia

    02 October 2020

    Final Report April 2020

  3. Renewable Energy and Energy Effifficiency Sector Media Kit

    02 October 2020

    The International Labour Organisation (ILO), with funding provided by Sida, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, and in close collaboration with Kafue Gorge Regional Training Centre (KGRTC), launched a technical cooperation project to contribute to the development of a Public-Private Development Partnership (PPDP) for skills development for the Renewable Energy (RE) and Energy Efficiency (EE) sub-sectors in Zambia and rest of the Sub-Sahara region.

  4. Malawi’s Tripartite Labour Advisory Council deliberates on child labour

    21 September 2020

    Lilongwe, 21 September 2020 – The Honourable Ken Kandodo, M.P. Malawi’s Minister of Labour, opened a meeting of the country’s Tripartite Labour Advisory Council (TLAC) on Thursday 17 September 2020 stating that: “The role of the Tripartite Labour Advisory Council is perhaps more important now than ever before, given its linkage to decent work and the 2030 Agenda. In the context of COVID-19, the Council can guide our recovery plans with inclusive, informed solutions for the benefit of our country”.

  5. Developing Frameworks for Recovery and Prosperity from the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Webinar session

  6. INAS M&E Plan

    11 August 2020

    "INAS M&E Plan: Plano de Monitoria e Avaliacao dos Programas de Seguranca Social Basica --- Documento de Orientacao para execucao de monitoria e avaliacao dos Programas de Seguranca Social Basica, September 2020" - designed with ILO support and launched during the INAS' National Planning Meeting (28 September-2 October 2020).

  7. Rapid Assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on the informal economy in Mozambique

    11 August 2020

    This Rapid Assessment performed by ILO and based on a survey done with informal ecomomy workers' associations, recently launched in an event attended by ILO constituents and social partners, analyses main impact of COVID-19 pandemic in the informal economy in Mozambique, and bring recommendations to mitigate the negative socioeconomic impacts of COVID on workers in the informal economy in Mozambique"

  8. August 2020 Edition of the Quarterly Newsletter

    11 August 2020

    The August 2020 Edition of our quarterly newsletter brings forth interesting articles amid the COVID-19 outbreak. This edition predominantly features articles on how the Country Office – Lusaka in three locations (Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique) has responded to cushion the impact of the pandemic on governments, employers and workers. Importantly, the edition gives the perspective of the ILO’s response to the pandemic through various measures being put in place to mitigate job losses and the negative impact COVID-19 has had on people’s livelihoods across the globe. It is a well-known fact that the pandemic is far from over. It is even accelerating and spreading in some of the regions.

  9. Message from ILO Regional Office for Africa to mark the World Day against Child Labour 12 June 2020

    12 June 2020

    Most ILO programmes implemented in African countries, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, are now taking accelerated action on protecting the health, jobs and incomes of workers. These interventions include a focus on more comprehensive social protection, while at the same time ensuring continued education for children. The ILO is also expediting action to strengthen the capacity of government, including labour inspection and law enforcement, as well as organizations of workers and employers.

  10. COVID-19: Protect children from child labour, now more than ever!

    12 June 2020

    Most ILO programmes implemented in African countries, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, are now taking accelerated action on protecting the health, jobs and incomes of workers. These interventions include a focus on more comprehensive social protection, while at the same time ensuring continued education for children.