Fewer than 1-in-10 children in low-income countries have access to child benefits, leaving them vulnerable to disease, education gaps, poor nutrition, poverty and inequality.
Global Child Benefits Tracker
The transformative potential of expanding child benefits coverage to eliminate child poverty
Indigenous peoples like Perlisa often have limited school access, which dampened her spirits to boost her family’s income until she took the chance to complete basic education and acquire new skills in food processing.
The ILO convened teachers, trainers and partners in a summit to integrate STEM in TVET and to reinforce a future-ready workforce as jobs evolve due to rapid technological changes.
Funded by the Government of Japan, the project aims to build more resilient, inclusive and sustainable global supply chains to advance decent work, address human and labour rights risks, and build forward better from recent global disruptions, including COVID-19. The project focuses on the aquaculture sector in the Philippines.