Zambia: Resources

  1. Malawi commemorates World Day Against Child Labour 2020

    12 June 2020

    Malawi joins the work in commemorating World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) with a focus this year on the impact of COVID-19 on child labour, under the slogan: COVID-19: Protect Children from Child Labour, now more than ever!

  2. United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2017-2020

    02 June 2020

    2019 Progress Report

  3. United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2017-2020

    02 June 2020

    2018 Progress Report

  4. Guidelines for stakeholders on the right to freedom of association in agriculture

    01 May 2020

    A document that describes what freedom of association is, why it is important in the agriculture and who is covered by freedom of association. It lists the different organisations found in agriculture and how they can use freedom of association to benefit both the workers in agriculture and their organisations. It explains the challenges agricultural workers face to unionize and how employers and workers can be protected against anti-union discrimination and acts of interference.

  5. Safety and Health at Work Can Save Lives and Help Stop the Covid-19 Pandemic

    28 April 2020

    As the world celebrate this year’s World Day for Safety and Health at Work, commemorated on 28 April each year, there is need to address the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus in the world’s workplaces. In Malawi, the International Labour Organization (ILO) is supporting the Government, workers, and employers to prepare for and respond to COVID-19 by reinforcing the social protection and labour protection clusters of the National Preparedness and Response Plan and sponsoring rapid assessments of the impacts of the crisis on the labour market, so that the ILO can support our partners and the broader United Nations (UN) country team to target our responses for maximum impact.

  6. Japan supports ILO and Mozambique in socio-economic recovery after cyclone Idai

    03 March 2020

    The Government of Japan has contributed US$ 545,454 to ILO’s response to cyclone devastation in Mozambique. This support will help restore damaged rural roads and create local jobs, providing better access and improving resilience in the Manica province.

  7. January 2020 Edition of ILO Country Office for Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique Quarterly Newsletter

    13 February 2020

    The new edition of the newsletter focuses on the human-centred approach towards communicating the ILO’s social justice and decent work mandate to the public. This will ensure that the future of work is human-centred and the ILO has a responsibility to equip the public using impactful human interest stories and pictures.

  8. TRANSFORM Newsletter Issue No. 3

    17 January 2020

    TRANSFORM is an innovative learning package on the administration of national social protection floors in Africa. It encompasses learning materials and methods for adult learning, to help decision makers and practitioners take ownership in building national social protection systems through continuous learning and reflective practice. To learn more, download the third edition of the TRANSFORM E-newsletter.

  9. Maternity income protection in Southern and Eastern Africa. From concept to practice

    02 December 2019

    This publication is part of a collaboration of the ILO with the Eastern and Central Africa Social Security Association (ECASSA) to encourage the move from employer liability systems to social insurance based systems and to provide universal and comprehensive coverage.

  10. Towards Universal Social Security for the Elderly in Mozambique

    14 October 2019

    In Mozambique, social assistance for the elderly is a right enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic. Mozambique currently has 1.25 million elderly people, which corresponds to 4.5% of the population. Although assistance during old-age is a right, half of all elderly people are not yet covered by social security — whether through the mandatory social security subsystem (contributory) or the basic social security subsystem (non-contributory). This policy brief analyzes the feasibility of an Universal Old Age pension in Mozambique in the short term (2019-2024).