The ILO at Work: Results 2014-2015

Facts and Figures

In 2014-15, the ILO delivered some USD 606 million under the regular budget, USD 430 million in extra-budgetary voluntary funding, and USD 32 million under the Regular Budget Supplementary Account (RBSA). The share of domestic funding in total extra-budgetary voluntary funding increased from 3.8 per cent in 2012–13 to 5 per cent in 2014–15. The ILO achieved a delivery rate of 80.4 per cent in 2015.

A total of 774 country outcome results were achieved across 137 Member States and covered all four pillars of the Decent Work Agenda. This was more than the 721 targets set at the beginning and reflects the deliberate effort to concentrate resources on fewer and better integrated interventions. By the end of 2015, the ILO had a portfolio of over 600 projects with 120 development partners in more than 100 countries.

Contributions from development partners

Development partner profiles
Voluntary contributions in 2014-2015 (in US$ '000)
Total: US$ 503,777

Results by Strategic Objective

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Public-private partnerships

A record of 92 new public-private partnerships were signed over the course of the biennium, bearing witness to increasing cooperation with the private sector, and ten new partnerships were signed with middle-income countries and South–South and triangular cooperation partners – an area in which the ILO has shown itself to be a pacesetter.