Resources on ILO/Japan Partnership Programme

  1. Report of the Independent Final Evaluation of EEOW Cambodia Chapter

    19 March 2008

    Following the completion of the original project term in 2006, an independent evaluation took place from 5 – 11 January 2007 in four project pilot sites: Phnom Penh municipality and in the provinces of Siem Reap, Takeo and Kandal. A draft final evaluation report was developed after the field visits. An evaluation workshop was organized with the project stakeholders in early 2007 to review the findings of the evaluation team. The workshop’s outcome was included in this Report.

  2. Final evaluation 2002 ILO/Japan Asian Regional Program on the Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women Project (EEOW): Nepal chapter

    10 March 2008

    Contains the evaluation of ILO/Japan Asian Regional Program on the Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women Project (EEOW): Nepal chapter

  3. Issues in workplace learning in Asia and the Pacific - Report of ILO/SKILLS-AP/Japan/OVTA Regional Workshop and Study Programme on Workplace Learning in Japan, Chiba, 22 – 30 January, 2008

    10 March 2008

    A workshop on workplace learning was held from 22nd through 30th January 2008 in Chiba, Japan. It was designed to assist partner organizations in countries in the region increase their awareness of the importance of workplace learning. The meeting explored ways in which public policy in Japan has been used to enhance the productivity of enterprises by encouraging them to make more effective use of the skills of their employees. Each country representative provided details of their experiences, national training policies, and examples of good practice. They also identified constraints to the promotion and development of workplace learning. A newly developed ‘draft Guide to Workplace Learning’ was provided, and participants from each country agreed to work together in tripartite groups to develop a plan promoting future workplace learning activities within their own country.

  4. Developing national skills strategies: report of ILO/SKILLS-AP/Japan Regional Technical Meeting on Developing National Skills Strategies, Chiba, Japan, 27-30 March 2007

    30 March 2007

    Provides experiences, good practices and the development of Tripartite Action Plans for Afghanistan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Mongolia, Pakistan and Timor-Leste and the effective roadmap for follow-up action.

  5. Report of the independent final evaluation of the Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women (EEOW) Viet Nam chapter

    19 March 2007

    This report presents the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the final evaluation of the EEOW project in Viet Nam.

  6. Developing skills and employability for young people in Asia and the Pacific: report of ILO/SKILLS-AP/Japan Regional Technical Meeting on Developing Skills and Employability for Young People in Asia and the Pacific, Chiba, Japan, 13-16 February 2007

    16 February 2007

    Covers existing tools, policies and approaches to improving skills and employability for youth, as well as recommendations, priorities and areas for collaboration between network members.

  7. Skills development for economic empowerment and poverty reduction: report of ILO/SKILLS-AP/Japan/TESDA Regional Technical Meeting on Skills Development for Economic Empowerment and Poverty Reduction, Manila, Philippines, 30 January - 1 February 2007

    01 February 2007

    Reviews different approaches to skills development in Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines and Sri Lanka.

  8. Report of independent final evaluation of EEOW Viet Nam chapter

    01 January 2007

    Final evaluation report on the ILO/Japan Asian Regional Programme on Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women (EEOW). Reports on findings in project performance and good practices and futher evaluates the project.

  9. Economic and social empowerment of returned victims of trafficking in the Philippines and Thailand: The Philippine component

    01 May 2006

    The project hopes to reach out to 150-200 returnees per year. The target shall not be limited to official returnees but shall attempt to trace unofficial returnees through various networks.

  10. Economic and Social Empowerment of Returned Victims of Trafficking in the Philippines and Thailand: The Philippine Component

    01 May 2006

    The project aimed to contribute to the reduction of trafficking in children and women for sexual and labour exploitation in Asia, through support to a humane reintegration process of returned trafficked victims back to their countries of origin.