About the ILO in the Republic of Tajikistan

The ILO has worked with the Republic of Tajikistan on a wide range of issues, including: strengthening capacities of tripartite constituents to address priority labour issues, reform wage systems and wage policies through social dialogue; elimination of the worst forms of child labour; formalization of informal economy;  increasing decent employment opportunities for men and women, including youth and returning labour migrants; Improving working conditions and enhancing the coverage of social protection; improving OSH national systems and modernizing labour inspection.


  1. Improving coordination of social protection and employment service delivery in Armenia and Tajikistan. Guide

    The Guide aims to assist the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Tajikistan to build up integrated case management. Integrated case management is understood as an innovative practice which is employed collectively especially by respective agents of employment and social security to serve the most vulnerable with all available resources from both the labour market and the social protection system, and even beyond. The Guide recommends the setting up of integrated case management systems that are embedded in partnership structures.

  2. Good practices on the elimination of child labour in Central Asia

    Good practices are a core element of a “learning by doing” approach, and contribute to the sharing of effective and innovative measures to tackle child labour.


  1. “Step out of the shadow!” – Mobile theatre against informal employment in Tajikistan (IN THE TAJIK LANGUAGE)

    Informal employment in Tajikistan is widespread. The most affected sectors are agriculture, construction and services. Recognizing the acuteness of the problem, the Government makes efforts to raise awareness in society about the consequences of informal employment. This video (IN THE TAJIK LANGUAGE) is about the mobile theatre “Step out of the shadow!” that travels across the country, telling people about the risks associated with informal employment and calling on workers to join trade unions.