Decent Work Country Programme
05 December 2019
03 December 2019
International Labour Standards
- Human Resources Development Recommendation, 2004 (No. 195)
- Conclusions on Skills for Improved Productivity, Employment, Growth, and Development of the International Labour Conference (2008)
- ILO’s Call for Action on Youth Employment (2012)
- Report of the Global Commission on The Future of Work
- National Strategic Framework for TVET in Lebanon
- Guidelines on Non Formal Market Based Skills Training in Lebanon
- ILO STED: A Practical Guide for skills anticipation
- ILO ETF CEDEFOP: Carrying out tracer studies - A Guide to anticipating and matching skills and jobs
- ILO Upgrading Informal Apprenticeships Manual
- ILO Toolkit on Quality Apprenticeships
- Manual on Skills Testing and Certification in Jordan
- Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): Learning Package
These guidelines are intended to support non-formal vocational training providers in Lebanon, with specific guidance on how to improve the market relevance and employment impact of their programmes. They were designed in a participatory way in order to increase “ownership” among stakeholders and to facilitate usage in Lebanon.
Promoting Productive Employment and Decent Work for Women in Egypt, Jordan and the occupied Palestinian territory
The project aims to promote productive employment and decent work for women in Egypt, Jordan, and the occupied Palestinian territory through reducing the barriers to women’s entry to and retention in decent work.
ERRY II is the second phase of the recently completed Enhanced Rural Resilience in Yemen (ERRY) programme, funded by the European Union, and implemented by the UNDP, ILO, WFP, and the FAO. The overall objective of the programme is to contribute to reduced vulnerability and strengthened resilience of crisis-affected communities in Yemen through the creation of sustainable livelihoods and improving access to basic services.
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has begun implementation of the second phase of the "Applying the G20 Training strategy: A partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation" project, which is aims to strengthen national skills development systems, policies and strategies so that to improve employability of both women and men, promote equal access to employment opportunities as well as equal treatment including increased incomes, for inclusive and sustainable growth.