Publications on Employment intensive investment

  1. Publication

    The food for work policy and expanion of rural employment in poor areas in western China

    01 January 2004

    Socio-Economic Technical Papers (SETP) No. 16

  2. Instructional material

    Taking the Arusha Statement forward

    01 January 2004

    This brief has been developed to support actions towards implementing the Arusha Statement and in general advocating for labour-based technology. It contains the ‘Arusha Statement’ supplemented by additional information on implementing recommendations, examples and possible indicators of progress.

  3. Publication

    Reducing the decent work deficit in the infrastructure and construction sectors

    01 January 2004

    The experience and proposals of ILO's Employment Intensive Investment Programme

  4. Rural Access Technical Papers (RATP) No. 7

    India State of Orissa: Integrated Rural Accessibility Planning - Gram Panchayat Level

    01 January 2004

    Comprises step-by-step instructions on how to apply different rural planning tools at local level.

  5. Publication

    The construction sector in the People's Republic of China

    01 January 2004

    Socio-Economic Technical Papers (SETP) No. 15

  6. Publication

    Cities at work : employment promotion to fight urban poverty

    01 January 2004

  7. Publication

    Gender in crisis response : a guide to the Gender-Poverty-Employment Link

    01 November 2003

  8. Publication

    Improving access in rural areas

    13 October 2003

    Access is an important factor in rural development. People need to have adequate access to water,energy, land, health services, education, transport services and markets. A lack of access limits the opportunity that people have to improve and sustain their social and economic well being. Improving access and reducing poverty are correlated. A lack of access is perceived as one of the main underlying factors of poverty, particularly in rural areas in developing countries.

  9. Publication

    ASIST Bulletin No. 16

    01 September 2003

    Bi-annual newsletter containing articles and news on labour-based activities in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Theme of this issue is "Impact and sustainability"

  10. Publication

    Socio-economic impacts assessment of selected access interventions implemented in Chipinge and Zaka districts of rural Zimbabwe

    01 May 2003