Our impact, their voices
05 May 2021
Social dialogue is a key strategy for management and workers to find win-win solutions. One of the Better Work Indonesia (BWI) participating companies shows the benefits gained from social dialogues for both workers’ welfare and business continuity.
26 April 2021
A Value Chain Financing (VCF) model piloted by ILO as part of its COVID-19 response is helping Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) access working capital, and regain their footing
21 April 2021
Learning from her exploitative experiences as a migrant domestic worker, Dina Nuriyati has become a tireless labour advocate and unionist, promoting better protection and services for Indonesian migrant workers in all cycles of migration.
14 April 2021
The rural road project has benefited local communities, providing better access to markets, farms, public health, education and community services.
01 April 2021
Ridesharing motorbike taxi services provide employment to thousands in Nepal, especially young people. A new partnership pilot between ILO and Fight Back Pvt. Ltd is helping raise awareness on occupational health and safety as well as sexual harassment during or after the ride.
22 March 2021
One important skill that determines the success of an instructor is public speaking. Training of the ILO and the Ministry of Manpower has included public speaking as part of the training on content creation and delivery of online training for the instructors of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Centers.
08 March 2021
Two female instructors at Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Centers in Central Java and South Kalimantan are pioneering the transformation of digital training in their regions. They are two participants in the ILO training programme with the Ministry of Manpower.
01 March 2021
Capacity building for employment-intensive smallholder irrigation development in Daktleup Village, Dakcheung District, Sekong Province. The ILO supported developing a new community-based irrigation scheme in the rural area. The irrigation system can support rice and cash crops production in both wet and dry seasons.
22 February 2021
To assist the economic recovery, the ILO with support from its social partners in Timor-Leste support rural communities to survive the COVID-19 pandemic by providing direct employment opportunities.
10 February 2021
The ILO conducted two complementing surveys to learn about the impact of COVID-19 pandemic to Indonesian youth. The results revealed how youth deal with this ongoing crisis.