Our impact, their voices
12 February 2020
Students fetch water in school for handwashing and flushing the toilet manually. An ILO Japan project will help improve water supply and sanitation services aimed at providing jobs and promoting peace in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).
04 February 2020
A trio of young entrepreneurs are taking the leap into Jakarta’s creative accessories market with the support of ILO’s Ready for Business youth entrepreneurship programme.
Myanmar: Future lawyers introduced to the key concepts and benefits of responsible business practices
11 January 2020
A presentation to law students excites interest in the benefits of improving conditions in Myanmar’s workplaces.
09 January 2020
Hundreds of former bonded labourers in western Nepal are benefiting from vocational training under an innovative International Labour Organization scheme. Birendra Chaudhary, now a fully trained and well-paid plumber, is one of them.
06 January 2020
Since Thailand ratified the International Labour Organization’s 2014 Protocol to the Forced Labour Convention (P29), conditions for workers in the country’s seafood and fishing industry have improved. The ILO’s Ship to Shore Rights project has supported the Thai government in implementing the changes.
03 December 2019
The Rise of Women Entrepreneurs: Women of the Northern Province are stimulating a culture of entrepreneurship
18 November 2019
Transgender persons have the same right to employment just like everybody else. Three entrepreneurs share their journeys of passions, hopes and determinations for equal employment opportunity through entrepreneurship.
05 November 2019
The legacy of conflict combined with climate change brought drought and impending disaster to northern Sri Lankan farmers. An ILO project helped to restore water and put them back on the road to a more prosperous life.
25 October 2019
This is a video documentary about the entrepreneurship journey of three transgender persons. It is part of the ILO’s campaign to promote equal employment opportunity for all, including transgender persons.
21 October 2019
The ILO is training labour inspectors in Thailand as part of a project to prevent and reduce unacceptable forms of work in the country’s fishing and seafood industries.