Responsible Industry Development in the Garment and Fisheries Sectors in Myanmar

Through its tripartite constituency and its other on-going initiatives, the ILO project Responsible Industry Development in the garment and fisheries sectors will work through value chain assessments, on the regulatory framework, on helping improve the capacity of the private sector and on enhancing public/private dialogue.


  1. Increased knowledge of key social partners on the underlying constraints and opportunities within the Garment and Fisheries sectors analysed and key underlying constraints identified
  2. Improved business service provision for selected sectors
  3. Improved social dialogue and policy environment in both sectors
  4. Monitoring and evaluation and knowledge sharing system for both sectors in place


  1. Key underlying constraints in the garment and fisheries sector identified and interventions strategy developed
  2. Enterprises in the Garment and fisheries sector have access to business advisory, training and support services
  3. Policy making bodies and implementing agencies in both sectors take better informed decisions
  4. Social Dialogue on specific business environment and chain related issues is strengthened
  5. Monitoring & Evaluation lessons learned documented

Expected outcome

It is envisaged that the project will be able to contribute to decent work opportunities for men and women in the two value chains, as the main actors targeted within these, work towards following responsible business practices.