1. Report of Social protection assessment based national dialogue: Towards a nationally defined social protection floor in Myanmar

    26 July 2015

  2. Evaluation of the operations of the Social Security Board, Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security of Myanmar

    12 June 2015

    The Social Security Board (SSB) was created in 1956 after the adoption of the Social Security Act, 1954. The SSB has 77 township offices covering 110 townships (i.e. 30% of the existing townships). It is present in all States and regions to the exception of Chin State. In 2012, the Government of the Union of Myanmar adopted a new Social Security Law, 2012. This new law provides for an extended social security system.

  3. Extending the network of health care facilities of the Social Security Board in Myanmar

    12 June 2015

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) in Myanmar supports the Social Security Board, Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social security, to revise and implement the new Social Security Law, 2012. The SSB currently runs a Social Health Insurance scheme and provides directly health services to the workers via a network of 93 SSB clinics and 3 Workers' hospitals. Since the number of workers joining the scheme is increasing, the SSB wishes to expand the number of health facilities to provide quality healthcare services to the enrolled workers, which also corresponds to the provisions of the new law. To do so, it will be necessary to put in place a Purchaser Provider Split (PPS) – i.e. a separation of the purchaser and the provider that will allow the SSB to provide medical care to its beneficiaries in both its own medical facilities and other external facilities, public or private.

  4. Social protection within the framework of labour legislation reform in Myanmar

    12 June 2015

    Myanmar has engaged in recent year in a number of important legal and political reforms. Since 2011, the Government of Myanmar has requested ILO’s support for its major legal reform process and in the last few years an impressive number of laws and regulations were adopted. In this context, the ILO conducted a review of labour legislation in 2014 with a view to develop a comprehensive approach to support the progressive drafting of a labour code.

  5. The role of Trade Unions

    08 June 2015

  6. The role of Employers' organizations

    08 June 2015

  7. Strengthen the social dialogue

    08 June 2015

  8. Consequences of Child labour

    08 June 2015

  9. 10 medical reasons against child labour

    08 June 2015

  10. Causes of child labour

    08 June 2015

  11. The list of hazardous work

    08 June 2015

  12. Myanmar & International conventions

    08 June 2015

  13. Myanmar Legislation

    08 June 2015

  14. What is child labour?

    08 June 2015

  15. Myanmar Program on the Elimination of Child Labor

    03 February 2015



  1. Convention 87 & Convention 98

    11 April 2014

  2. အျပည္ျပည္ဆိုင္ရာ အလုပ္သမားေရးရာ စံခ်ိန္စံညႊန္းမ်ား ဆိုင္ရာ ျပဌာန္းခ်က္ (၁၄၄)

    07 March 2014

    အျပည္ျပည္ဆိုင္ရာ အလုပ္သမားေရးရာ စံခ်ိန္စံညႊန္းမ်ားကို တိုးျမွင့္အေကာင္အထည္ေဖာ္ေဆာင္ရြက္ရန္ သံုးဦးသံုးဖလွယ္ တိုင္ပင္ေဆြးေႏြး အႀကံျပဳျခင္းဆိုင္ရာ ျပဌာန္းခ်က္ (၁၉၇၈ ခုႏွစ္၊ ေမလ ၁၆ ရက္ေန႔တြင္ စတင္ အာဏာသက္ေရာက္သည္။)

  3. Employment practices and working conditions in Thailand’s fishing sector

    24 February 2014

    The report, based on the largest survey of working conditions in the Thai fishing sector to date, has been compiled by the ILO’s tripartite project to protect migrant workers within and from the Greater Mekong Subregion and the Asian Research Center for Migration at Chulalongkorn University’s Institute of Asian Studies.


  1. ထိရောက်သောစေ့စပ်ညှိနှိုင်းမှု

    12 December 2013

  2. ထိရောက်သောညှိနှိုင်းဖျန်ဖြေမှု

    12 December 2013