Publications

October 2021

  1. Reaching universal social protection. A review of national strategies and policies

    26 October 2021

    Social protection strategies and policies are important expressions of governments’ longer-term vision and medium-term objectives for the development of social protection systems.

  2. ILO at a Glance for Malawi

    20 October 2021

    The ILO and its work in Malawi

  3. Rapid Labour Force Survey on the Impact of COVID-19 in Tunisia: Third Wave

    18 October 2021

    This document summarises the key findings of the third wave of rapid labour force surveys conducted by ILO and ERF between March 15th and April 16th 2021 in Tunisia to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on households, household enterprises and farmers.

  4. Rapid Labour Force Survey On the Impact of COVID-19 in Morocco: Third Wave

    18 October 2021

    This document summarises the key findings of the third wave of rapid labour force surveys conducted by ILO and ERF between March 11th and April 24th 2021 to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on households, household enterprises and farmers in Morocco.

  5. Decent Work for Domestic Workers

    13 October 2021

    Every household that employs Domestic Workers must fully understand the rights of Domestic Workers, be a responsible employer and respect Domestic Worker's rights. This booklet provides information to enable the public make better informed decisions related to the employment conditions of the Domestic Workers they employ. The Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MLSS), National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA), Workers Compensation Fund Control Board (WCFCB), Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU), The Unions of Domestic Workers, the Association of Employers of Domestic Workers, with support from the International Labour Organization (ILO) and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), have taken lead in this agenda, and embarked on a robust campaign to sensitize the general public on the rights of Domestic Workers and the obligations of employers of Domestic Workers. This is in line with the Government's desire not to leave any one behind, and the ILO convention 189 and recommendation 201.

  6. Regional Report on Jobs and Growth in North Africa 2020

    01 October 2021

    This report examines the relationship between the pace and pattern of growth and labour market outcomes in North Africa.

September 2021

  1. The Effects Of Covid-19 On The Micro And Small Enterprises (MSE) In Bulawayo

    28 September 2021

    The International Labour Organization’s Employment Promotion and Labour Market Governance Programme (EPLMGP) compiled this brief report on the effects of Covid-19 on the micro and small enterprises (MSE) in Bulawayo. The purpose of the report is to document how small and medium sized enterprises (SME) are coping with the advent of Covid-19. The report is based on a snap survey, which entailed engaging in key informant interviews with Bulawayo City Council, selected SME associations and SME representatives.

  2. Start and Improve Your Business: Development of trainers to support informal economy enterprizes

    28 September 2021

    This report presents the outcomes and analysis of the International Labour Organization’s Start and Improve Your Business Trainer Development process. The trainer development programme is implemented within the project outcome 2 of the Employment Promotion and Labour Market Governance Programme (2019 - 2020) seeks to facilitate transition to formality in Zimbabwe

  3. Rapid Skills Assessment Nine Country

    23 September 2021

    Comparative Study

  4. Skilling and reskilling work during Covid-19

    23 September 2021

    Inforgraphics - South Africa

  5. Rapid Assessment of Skilling and Reskilling needs arising from the effects of COVID-19

    23 September 2021

    South Africa

  6. ILO at A Glance for Mozambique

    23 September 2021

    The ILO and its work in Mozambique

  7. ILO at A Glance for Zambia

    23 September 2021

    The ILO and its work in Zambia

  8. Communication Strategies on Child Labour: From awareness raising to action

    20 September 2021

    A desk review with preliminary design ideas for campaigns in Africa and Europe

  9. Nigerian Youth Employment Action Plan 2021-2024

    14 September 2021

    The overarching goal of the Nigerian Youth Employment Action Plan (NIYEAP) for the period 2021 to 2024 is to contribute to the achievement of decent, productive and freely chosen employment for young people by complementing and reinforcing existing policy commitments and national development priorities and related efforts. The NIYEAP has four priority areas of intervention, i.e. Employability, Entrepreneurship, Employment, and Equality and rights, and proposes strategic lines of action focussing on key sectors that have the potential to create decent jobs for youth. The NIYEAP also serves as a commitment of the Government of Nigeria under the Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth.

  10. Zimbabwe: Putting decent jobs at the centre of the economic development strategy

    10 September 2021

    This Labour Market Diagnostic Analysis (LMDA), presents findings of a study conducted by the Government of Zimbabwe through the Ministry of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare, with support from the International Labour Organization (ILO), and its tripartite constituents. The findings indicated that increasing living standards and promoting economic and social development in Zimbabwe would first require improving employment opportunities. Economies grow when more people work and when each job in the economy becomes more productive. At the same time, households escape poverty when labour income, the main source of income for most households, increases. This happens when more working-age household members are employed and when the quality of their jobs improves. Better employment opportunities for Zimbabwean workers are a key ingredient to the attainment of the upper middle-income status by 2030. The LMDA presents specific recommendations of sectors with potential for employment creation. This will ensure we achieve our set target of 760 000 jobs, as stated in the National Development Strategy and contribute towards the achievement of Vision 2030.

  11. Malawi's second Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP II)

    08 September 2021

    Malawi's second Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP II) articulates the commitment of the Government of Malawi to address decent work deficits prevailing in the labour market and is a key vehicle for delivery of ILO support to Malawi during the period 2020 – 2023.

  12. The Anchor Enterprise: An intervention model for achieving more inclusive value chains: A case from Zimbabwe

    07 September 2021

    ‘Anchor enterprises’ is a rural economic empowerment model that targets the improvement of rural livelihoods through shared prosperity by strengthening the capacity of the producers and market actors to effectively participate in the governance of the value chains in which they operate. This model aims to increase access by rural youth and women to employment, economic opportunities, and enterprise development support along agriculture and non-agriculture value chain. It also seeks to ensure the arrest of post-harvest losses and access to wider markets for rural producers. The model has been applied in the horticulture and Mopani worms value chains of Mutoko and Beitbridge, respectively.

  13. World Social Protection Report 2020-22: Social protection at the crossroads – in pursuit of a better future

    01 September 2021

    This ILO flagship report provides a global overview of recent developments in social protection systems, including social protection floors, and covers the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  14. Rapid Labour Force Survey of COVID-19 Impact on Small and Medium Enterprises in Tunisia

    01 September 2021