Resources on ILO/Japan Partnership Programme

  1. Case management for trafficked and severely exploited migrant workers: A manual for OWWA case officers

    01 January 2009

    This manual was created to standardize the system of service delivery and to promote and protect the well-being of affected OFWs, without necessarily undermining the uniqueness of their cases or the diversities of cultures and laws overseas.

  2. Referral system for the recovery and reintegration of trafficked persons

    01 January 2009

    This referral system was developed to strengthen the referral network of agencies dealing with trafficked persons in order to establish a systematic documentation of cases of trafficking.

  3. Coaching returned victims/survivors of trafficking toward gainful careers: A manual for coaches

    01 January 2009

    This manual is intended for service providers, social workers, case managers and all who help victims/survivors of trafficking to facilitate their economic recovery and reintegration, preferably in conjunction with psychosocial processes.

  4. Catalogue of skills and livelihood training programmes and other support services

    01 January 2009

    This catalogue seeks to provide trafficked persons with wider options to address their economic difficulties upon return. It is also intended to assist service providers in facilitating the economic reintegration of trafficked persons based on their individual needs and aspirations and ensuring that they receive the appropriate skills, vocational and enterprise development training programmes that are linked to a market demand.

  5. Rays of hope: Emerging good practices in the provision of economic and social reintegration programmes for victims/survivors of trafficking

    01 January 2009

    This publication outlines the significant accomplishments, approaches and learnings of the ILO and its implementing partners in the Philippines in working with victims and survivors and in developing national systems and tools to facilitate the efficient delivery of reintegration services.

  6. ILO Sri Lanka Youth Employment Project (ILO/Japan)

    19 December 2008

    The project works to alleviate poverty, unemployment and underemployment among rural young people in Sri Lanka by helping them find work, vocational and entrepreneurship training. It also focuses on improving employment and recruitment services and is developing an English teaching curriculum for schools on plantations.

  7. Report of the Independent Final Evaluation: ILO/Japan Asian Regional Programme on Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women - Cambodia and Vietnam Chapters

    19 December 2008

    The Cambodia and Vietnam chapters of the ILO/Japan Asian Regional Programme on Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women aim to contribute to national efforts in alleviating poverty and enhancing the socio-economic status of women and promotion of gender equality and social justice in poverty alleviation and employment promotion policies and programmes.

  8. Expansion of employment opportunities for women in Viet Nam

    10 December 2008

    In 2002, the ILO/Japan Multi-Bilateral Programme, in cooperation with the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs of Viet Nam, launched the project “Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women (EEOW)” to contribute to poverty alleviation, social and economic empowerment of women and gender equality in the world of work.

  9. Expansion of employment opportunities for women in Cambodia

    10 December 2008

    The ILO/Japan Multi-Bilateral Programme, in cooperation with the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training and the Ministry of Women’s Affairs launched a project to address these issues and to contribute to poverty alleviation, socio-economic empowerment of women, and gender equality in the world of work.

  10. ASEAN-ILO/Japan Industrial Relations Project

    28 October 2008

    Implemented jointly by the ASEAN Secretariat and the ILO, this project aims to improve industrial relations in the ASEAN countries.