23 January 2024
The Project is the second phase of an Italian funded EIIP project, which aims to enhance green economic opportunities for some of Jordan’s most vulnerable workers in vulnerable host communities in Irbid and Mafraq governorates through immediate short-term job creation, on-the-job training and home-based business development support.
30 December 2022
Until the end of 2022 – when the EIIP TA to R4D ended – about half of Timor-Leste’s network of 1,975 kilometres of core rural roads was brough in good condition and was under maintenance.
21 July 2022
The project in PNG funded by EU and implemented by FAO with an ILO component to improve the condition of transport infrastructure, mainly provincial, district or local level roads, air strips and jetties in East Sepik and Sandaun Provinces to create climate resilient and efficient value chain enablers for cocoa, vanilla, and fishery industries.
11 April 2022
The EIIP has been working with the ILO Library to establish a separate EIIP collection within the overall ILO Digital Collection of publications. This collection is now publicly available and provides a permanent repository of EIIP publication and will be kept updated. It includes all EIIP related publications which have been published by the ILO or for which the copyright rests with the ILO.
22 December 2021
Version 1.0 Procurement Bureau and DEVINVEST
21 October 2021
Maximizing local resources and community participation, Nepal and the Phillippines
17 July 2021
During the Bridging Phase, R4D-SP will support Government of Timor-Leste's COVID-19 recovery efforts and lay the foundation for the possible transition to the rural roads sector.
Strengthening the National Rural Transport Program (SNRTP) NEPAL: Decent employment through maintenance first approach for better road connectivity
10 June 2021
14 April 2021
The rural road project has benefited local communities, providing better access to markets, farms, public health, education and community services.
22 February 2021
To assist the economic recovery, the ILO with support from its social partners in Timor-Leste support rural communities to survive the COVID-19 pandemic by providing direct employment opportunities.