Resources on ILO/Japan Partnership Programme

  1. Report of mid-term evaluation for the ILO/Japan Regional Programme on Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women (EEOW) - Cambodia chapter

    29 May 2005

    The ILO/Japan Regional Programme on Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women (EEOW) in Cambodia is a technical cooperation project between ILO and the Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MOWA) and the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training (MOLVT).

  2. Report of mid-term evaluation for the report of mid-term review - ILO/Japan Asian Regional Programme on Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women (EEOW) - Viet Nam

    29 December 2004

    This report presents the findings of the evaluation team for the project ILO/Japan Asian Regional Programme on Expansion of Employment Opportunities for Women (EEOW), Viet Nam chapter.

  3. Opening Remarks to the Annual Review Meeting of the ILO/Japan Multi-bilateral Programme

    28 February 2002

    by Mr Yasuyuki Nodera, Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific

  4. Labour market policies and poverty reduction strategies in recovery from the Asian crisis: report of the ILO-Japan-Government of Indonesia, Tripartite Sub-Regional Seminar, Jakarta, Indonesia, 29 April - 1 May 2002

    01 January 2002

    Reports on the financial crisis and employment and poverty linkages in the context of the Indonesian crisis and recovery. Looks at policy and programme approaches to promote employment and poverty alleviation.

  5. Report on the ILO/Japan Tripartite Regional Meeting on Youth Employment in Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand, 27 February - 1 March 2002

    01 January 2002

    Report on the ILO/Japan Tripartite Regional Meeting on Youth Employment in Asia and the Pacific, including sessions on national workshops government policies and employers and workers role in promoting youth employment.

  6. Infrastructure for Rural Productivity Enhancement Sector (INFRES)

    04 June 2001

    To improve their living conditions, poor people require access to employment and basic goods and services. They can improve their situation through national and local investment in infrastructure that provides jobs.