A person with a disability from Toledo City on the Philippine island of Cebu works at a construction site. © ILO Employing effective financing mechanisms for skills development can tackle inequality woes, says a new ILO report.
Governments, policy makers, and the social partners should consider reviewing and adopting the use of financial mechanisms—existing at home or implemented elsewhere—for skills development and lifelong learning to enhance participation of disadvantaged groups of people,
a new global report
of the International Labour Organization (ILO) finds.
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