06 November 2002
National Statistical Coordination Board Resolution No. 15 Series of 2002
01 January 2002
Describes the changing conditions and problems faced by homeworkers in two industries, the artificial flower and ready-made garment industries.
16 November 2001
The report explores new ways and practices through which maternity protection through community-based micro-insurance schemes can be expanded to cover women in the informal economy.
10 September 2001
The paper looks at a self-help scheme for the poor called the Novadeci Health Care Programme. The paper describes the objectives of the scheme how it operates and who are the actors involved in its management and organization.
30 July 2001
This is an actuarial assessment of a feasibility study on re-insurance for community-based healthcare schemes. Coverage of the scheme is voluntary and open to all residents of Tarlac Province in the Philippines.
01 January 2001
Updates and extends earlier research on the informal sector in Mongolia and draws on the experience and expertise of the ILO in conducting research and identifying policies for the informal sector.
29 September 2000
This Compendium provides key information on 130 health micro-insurance schemes (HMIS) from 26 countries and three continents. It allows interested parties to obtain a broad overview of a large number of the HMIS that exist in the world today.
Gender dimensions of the economic crisis and employment in urban informal and rural sectors in Indonesia
28 April 2000
In the face of Asian crisis, there has been increasing concern that women workers may be disproportionately affected by the downturn in Indonesia. However, the nature of the impact and changes that have been occurring in the country required specific and in-depth gender -differential impact assessment on employment and economic opportunities in various sectors.
Study on the potential expansion of labour-based, equipment-supported infrastructure programme in the Philippines
11 December 1998
The study fills the need for an investigation on the status of the application of the labour-based, equipment-supported and labour-intensive methods of construction, particularly in the government infrastructure sector due to a prevailing view that there exist serious impediments to their wider and improved use.