Specific Objectives1. To improve education and training opportunities on core work and life skills for rural plantation youth
2. To build capacity on social dialogue among tripartite constituents
3. To improve the occupational safety and health in tea plantation sector
4. To effective implantation of international labour law standards in tea plantation sector
5. To strengthen the labour inspection system in tea plantation sector
Key ActivitiesImplementation of the project focuses on five major components. They are 1) Skills, Productivity and Working Conditions 2) Social Dialogue (SD) 3) Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) 4) International Labour Standards (ILS) 5) Labour Inspection System Application (LISA).
Collaborating InstitutionsThe project is closely working with ILO’s tripartite constituents and other relevant stakeholders. They include Ministry of Labour and Trade Union Relations, Ministry of Plantation Industries, Ministry of Hill Country, New Villages, Infrastructure and Community Development, District Secretaries, Employers‘ Federation of Ceylon, Trade Unions, Tea Smallholdings Development Authority, Regional Plantation Companies and Plantation and Human Development Trust.