Public information

Welcome to the public information section, covering the ILO activities in Bangladesh. This page acts as a gateway to English and Bengali language information materials ranging from project publications to press releases, newsletters and brochures, speeches and photo gallery. You can also find contact details for the ILO’s communications staff based at the ILO-Dhaka office, also the project focal person, and the library services provide details of its publications.

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  1. Access to TVET

    Inclusive TVET system- Jubel's testimony

    03 December 2021

    The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), under the Technical and Madrasa Education Division (TMED), Ministry of Education, has carried out several steps in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO) to make its 118 TVET institutes disability-inclusive. Thus, like Jubel, other youths suffering from some disabilities can have access to TVET and Skills training and employment.

  2. Our impact, Their voices

    Jubel's story of persistence and success

    03 December 2021

    The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), under the Technical and Madrasa Education Division (TMED), Ministry of Education, has carried out several steps in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO) to make its 118 TVET institutes disability-inclusive.

  3. News

    TVET awareness campaign materials

    30 November 2021

    ILO's EU funded Skills 21 project supported the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) to develop a campaign strategy for the TVET institutes and implement the campaign. The range of communication materials have been used during the implementation of the campaign.

  4. News

    Capacity assessment of Industry Skills Councils (ISCs) for better skills need analysis

    30 November 2021

    The Skills 21 project supported the National Skills Development Authority to conduct a capacity assessment study of the selected ISCs to formulate a generic capacity development plan for the RMG and textiles and ICT sectors.

  5. News

    ILO supports the Government of Bangladesh for skills development for professional caregivers

    29 November 2021

    The ILO's EU funded Skills 21 project has been facilitating the level 2 skills occupational training in caregiving through its partner TVET institutes.

  6. News

    Bangladesh has its first Occupational Safety and Health Profile in place

    28 November 2021

  7. News

    TVET institute organises “Bootcamp” for incubating start-ups

    21 November 2021

    The Skills-21 project has supported the establishment and operationalisation of a business incubation centre in seven-model TVET institutes.

  8. News

    Capacity building of TVET officials on mid-term budgetary frameworks (MTBF) and budget analysis

    14 November 2021

    The Skills 21 project, funded by the European Union, organised a five-day residential training workshop titled 'Capacity building programme on sector-based financing' for TVET officials on appropriate planning, implementation and audit of the budget allocated for technical education.

  9. Occupational safety and health

    Decent work for sanitation workers in South Asia under the spotlight

    21 October 2021

    A recent workshop highlighted existing challenges and opportunities, as well as actions taken by the ILO, governments and social partners to address decent work deficits facing sanitation workers in South Asia.

  10. Access to TVET

    Let's change lives through technical skills

    22 September 2021

    Initiatives such as providing necessary training to youth, modernizing technical and vocational training for recognition at home and abroad, connecting employers to training institutes, and more are being undertaken by the ILO's European Union-funded Skills 21 project to ensure the capability of the entire TVET system for quality, inclusivity and lifelong learning opportunities to meet the labour market demands in Bangladesh.