ILO in Africa

What's new

  1. Work Wise Youth: ILO’s new guide to create awareness on youth rights at work

    23 February 2024

    The ILO developed and launched a new guide to support young people, including the ones in forced displacement contexts, to understand their labour rights, in turn empowering them to advocate for fair and dignified working conditions.

  2. Tea-Triangular: Kenya, Malawi and Uganda tripartite stakeholders and tea supply chain representatives share knowledge to combat child labour in the tea supply chain.

    22 February 2024

    Key stakeholders from Kenya, Malawi, and Uganda have joined forces to address the critical issue of child labour within the tea industry.

  3. Tackling water woes: ILO’s vocational training success in Kenya

    21 February 2024

    With support from the Government and partners, ILO PROSPECTS introduced a skill development programme supporting maintenance of water sources and supply systems in a drought prone community of Garissa, Kenya. The first batch of trained Water System Operators graduated this week.

  4. Coordination with the Limpopo Department of Public Works Roads and Infrastructure

    16 February 2024

    Planning session

  5. ACCEL Africa leads transformative M&E training in Entebbe to combat child labour

    14 February 2024

    The event was marked by robust participation from project implementers, government officials, and SCO partners, all focused on enhancing their skills in applying the Results-Based Management (RBM) methodology, within the project and for their own organizations.

Highlight

  1. A labour roadmap for Africa

    The Abidjan Declaration

    Conclusions of the 14th Africa Regional Meeting, 2019.