June 2021

  1. TRANSFORM : A Leadership and Transformation Learning Initiative on building and managing social protection floors (SP) in Africa

    01 June 2021

    TRANSFORM is an innovative learning initiative on the implementation of national social protection floors in Africa. Social protection floors are nationally defined sets of basic social security guarantees which secure protection aimed at preventing or alleviating poverty, vulnerability and social exclusion. TRANSFORM promotes critical thinking and builds capacity at national and subnational levels to improve the design, effectiveness and efficiency of social protection systems. It focuses on non-contributory social protection schemes and programmes. Key to TRANSFORM is the creation of a movement of skilled social protection leaders in Africa to support transformational change utilising state-of-the-art knowledge through internationally informed and locally relevant materials. By supporting the creation and management of nationally defined Social Protection floors which provide minimum social protection guarantees against poverty, vulnerability and social exclusion, the TRANSFORM initiative is aligned to the 2030 Leave No One Behind Agenda and specifically contributes to the achievement of SDG 1 and its target 1.3 in Africa.

May 2021

  1. The Transition from the Informal to the Formal Economy in Africa

    26 May 2021

    Background paper for the GEPR Chapter 5 “The transition to formality: Comparing policy approaches in Africa, Asia and Latin America”

  2. Concept note and draft agenda

    18 May 2021

  3. Extending social protection to the cultural and creative sector

    13 May 2021

    Workers in the cultural and creative sector often lack effective access to social protection.

April 2021

  1. Newsletter April 2021 Edition

    28 April 2021

    The International Labour Organization Country Office for Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique has published its April 2021 edition of the quarterly newsletter. The Edition contains exciting human-interest stories among them: The cover story entitled, ‘COVID-19 Emergency Cash Transfers- Giving Hope in the Pandemic’, 398 GBV Survivors undergo Empowerment Training under GRZ-UNJP on GBV Phase II project, and 5, 000 Persons with Disabilities Registered on DMIS. It also features the launch of the Skills for Energy in Southern Africa (SESA) Project, and the write-up on the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour in Africa among others.

  2. Terms of Reference: AU-Communication Expert

    26 April 2021

    The African Union Commission, Department for Health, Humanitarian Affairs and Social Development is recruiting a Communication Expert to provide technical support to the implementation of the Labour, Employment and Migration (LEM) Division, Communication Strategy. Please send applications to by 15th May 2021.

  3. Exploring and Tackling Barriers to Indigenous Women’s Participation and Organization

    09 April 2021

    A study based on qualitative research in Bangladesh, the Plurinational State of Bolivia, Cameroon and Guatemala

  4. Hiring a Multimedia Producer for the Documentation of individual and stakeholders’ stories in Accel Africa covered regions

    08 April 2021

    The Accel Africa project seeks to engage a dynamic and highly skilled individual consultant in the role of multimedia production to support the documentation of project’s activities at regional and national level, stakeholder’s pledges progress communications as well as the AU in the implementation of its awareness raising, a priority area under the Ten Year Action Plan on Child Labour, Forced Labour, Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery.

  5. Ten Year Action Plan on the Eradication of Child Labour, Forced Labour, Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery In Africa (2020-2030): Agenda 2063-SDG Target 8.7

    06 April 2021

    The Action Plan seeks to contribute to and support the acceleration of progress towards the achievement of the Agenda 2063 – SDG 8.7 target. This involves ending child labour by 2025 and forced labour, human trafficking and modern slavery by 2030. The target population are children, women and men who are victims of or vulnerable to the forms of exploitation addressed by the Agenda 2063 - SDG 8.7 target.

March 2021

  1. Labour market assessment: Market trends and opportunities in Ethiopia and the Gulf

    25 March 2021

  2. National Green Jobs Strategy, Ghana

    22 March 2021

    The National Green Jobs Strategy has been developed with the intention to create platforms, develop capacities and institute measures that would organise and harmonise on-going green interventions through effective coordination. The strategy adopts a multi-sectoral approach to ensure effective delivery of goods and services by specialised state and non-state actors through the implementation of measures that support the growth and expansion of the green economy in Ghana. Supporting Green Enterprises for Decent Job Creations (2021-2025).

  3. Training Manual: On Life Skill, Financial Education, and Entrepreneurship for Potential Migrants and Migrants

    17 March 2021

  4. Trainer’s Guide: On Life Skill, Financial Education, and Entrepreneurship for Potential Migrants and Migrants

    17 March 2021

  5. Ratification and Implementation of ILO Conventions No. 97 and 143 on Migrant Workers and Conventions No. 189 on Domestic Workers, for Fair and Safe Labour Migration Governance in Ethiopia

    17 March 2021

  6. Extending social security to workers in the informal economy

    12 March 2021

    Key lessons learned from international experience

  7. Enabling Environment for Sustainable Enterprises in Zimbabwe

    10 March 2021

February 2021

  1. Rapid Labour Force Survey On the Impact of COVID-19 in Morocco

    28 February 2021

    This report provides a summary of the key findings of the first wave of rapid labour force phone surveys conducted in November 2020 by ILO and ERF, to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on households in Morocco.

  2. Rapid Labour Force Survey on the Impact of COVID-19 in Tunisia

    28 February 2021

    This report provides a summary of the key findings of the first wave of rapid labour force surveys conducted by ILO and ERF in November 2020, to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on households in Tunisia.

  3. The Impact of COVID-19 on Employment and Wages in Egypt

    28 February 2021

    This report provides an overview of the impact of COVID-19 on households by analyzing the results of a rapid labour force phone survey measuring the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the Egyptian labour market.

  4. Malawi country profile on occupational safety and health 2020

    24 February 2021

    Malawi has updated its first OSH Profile which was compiled in 2009. The National OSH Profile is an inventory of all the tools and resources available in the country that are used for implementing and managing OSH services; This Profile has identified gaps and needs for further development of existing legal framework, standards, capacity and financial resources, administrative and technical infrastructures related to the management of OSH in Malawi.