May 2023

  1. Productivity Ecosystems for Decent Work - Ghana Programme Brochure

    31 May 2023

    This brochure provides an overview of the Productivity Ecosystems for Decent Work programme in Ghana

  2. STUDENTS’ BOOK: Basic English for Workplace Communication

    30 May 2023

    This publication highlights Ethiopia's growing population and economy, which has resulted in high demand for employment opportunities.

  3. April 2023 Newsletter

    29 May 2023

    The April 2023 Newsletter features interesting articles covering a wide range of topics and subjects involving development cooperation projects and events that occurred between January 2023 to May 2023.

  4. Study on decent work in the textile and clothing industry in Madagascar

    23 May 2023

    In-depth qualitative and quantitative research on the challenges and opportunities for decent work along the textile and clothing supply chain in Madagascar.

  5. CPLP-ILO Cooperation

    19 May 2023

    The partnership between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries (CPLP) is anchored in social justice, particularly Decent Work, and promotes tripartite dialogue along with South- South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC). For more information about CPLP – ILO cooperation, refer to the South-South Meeting Point platform, which provides the latest updates and relevant documents on this partnership.

  6. BRMM Success Story: COVID-19 impacted returnees' reintegration into the Ethiopian labour market

    15 May 2023

    "The ILO training was an eyeopener. I was able to comprehend the basic needs of a successful start-up".

  7. BRMM Success Story: A returnee raised her income and improved her skills

    15 May 2023

    "After the first day of the ILO training, I decided to work in my own country."

  8. BRMM Success Story: Mitiku's unemployed struggle ended through entrepreneurship

    15 May 2023

    "I am currently providing laundry service from my home and searching for a larger pace to rent and expand my business. I am also planning to hire one more individual to assist me."

  9. Country Fact Sheet: The ILO in Ethiopia 2023

    15 May 2023

  10. Building pathways to sustainable growth

    09 May 2023

    Strengthening TVET and productive sector linkages in Africa

  11. Challenges and opportunities to advance decent work in five countries and supply chains: A synthesis report

    09 May 2023

    This report summarizes the findings from rapid assessments and deep-dive research into decent work challenges and opportunities in five sectors and countries: coffee in Colombia, electronics in Viet Nam, fisheries in Namibia, rubber gloves in Malaysia and textiles and clothing in Madagascar.

  12. Learning brief strengthening skills anticipation systems and processes

    09 May 2023

    The purpose of this Learning Brief is to share the experiences of countries that went through process of planning for strengthening Labour Market Information and Skills Anticipation Systems. This document describes: How it was done? Who was involved? What good practices were applied? What were the challenges and lessons? This learning brief provides an overview of the action planning underway in some countries to address this issue. It all begins with analyzing the situation, formation of appropriate teams, development of action plan and strategizing to make things happen. These four key elements are central to effectively strengthening systems that deal with information in labour markets. The Brief was developed under the framework of the Skills Anticipation component of the Skills Initiative for Africa (SIFA) Programme. SIFA (2019–2022) was a programme of the African Union Commission and African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD), assisted financially by the German Government and European Union. AUDA-NEPAD partnered with the International Labour Organization (ILO) to build the skills anticipation capacities of African Union Members States, as a means for improving the development of evidence-based skills policies, strategies and implementation.

  13. A “market system” approach to promote decent work in the white goods value chain

    01 May 2023

  14. Egypt Youth Employment (EYE): Jobs and Private Sector Development in Rural Egypt “RAWABET” Ready Made Garments in Egypt: Market Systems Analysis

    01 May 2023

April 2023

  1. Newsletter n° 5 - Egypt: Towards a Holistic Approach to Labour Migration Governance and Labour Mobility in North Africa (THAMM)

    30 April 2023

  2. International consultant for Better Regional Migration Management Programme in East Africa Evaluability Assessment

    28 April 2023

    Project title: Better Regional Migration Management Programme

    Donors: UK Foreign Commonwealth development Office (FCDO)

    Budget: 6,000,000 GBP

    Duration: Three years (33 months), start date: 01 July 2022 End date: 31 March 2025

    Coverage: East and Horn of Africa Region, with focus on Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda

    Evaluation mission schedule: June 2023.

    More details at:

    Closing date: 23 May 2023

  3. Technical Assistance to Public Works and Infrastructure

    20 April 2023

    The Evaluation Office of the International Labour Organization is looking for a team of evaluators, or individual candidates, for the independent mid-term evaluation of the projects “Technical Assistance (TA) to the National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure & Limpopo Department of Public Works Roads and Infrastructure on the Implementation of Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP)”.

    Application deadline: 14 May, 2023

    For further details, please see the attached Expression of Interest and Terms of Reference.

    The deadline to submit expression of interest for undertaking the evaluation is 14 May 2023. Please send an e-mail with the subject header “Evaluation of the ILO Technical Assistance to the EPWP” to the Evaluation Manager Pacome Dessero ( and copying Ricardo Furman (

  4. Project Monitoring and Evaluation Plan: “Setting Adequate Wages”

    20 April 2023

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) is seeking expressions of interest from a qualified consultant to develop a monitoring and evaluation plan of the “Setting Adequate Wages” project funded by the Government of Netherlands.

    Application deadline: 2 May, 2023

    For further details, please see the attached Expression of Interest and Terms of Reference.

    Prospective candidates should send their expression of interest by email to Elva López Mourelo, Project Manager,, copying Rasha Tabbara (, indicating the following subject: “SAW Project| Monitoring and Evaluation Plan”.

  5. Proyecto de Asistencia Técnica OIT para el Proyecto de Apoyo al Desarrollo de Cadenas de Valor en el Sector Pesquero y Acuícola - Apoyo a la mejora de la empleabilidad y calidad de la mano de obra en el sector pesquero y acuícola - Evaluación interna intermedia

    19 April 2023

    La Oficina País de la OIT para Camerún, Guinea Ecuatorial y Santo Tomé y Príncipe está buscando un consultor evaluador para realizar la evaluación intermedia interna del proyecto “Asistencia Técnica al Proyecto de Desarrollo de Cadenas de Valor en el Sector Pesquero - Apoyo para mejorar la empleabilidad y calidad de la mano de obra en el sector pesquero, GNQ/19/01/BAD”.

    Fecha límite de envío de solicitudes: 6 de mayo de 2023

    Para más información sobre la valoración y el perfil solicitado, consulte los Términos de referencia a continuación.

    Envíe su aplicación a Raef Melayeh ( con copia a Ricardo Furman ( y Pacome Dessero ( con el asunto: Evaluación del proyecto pesquero en Guinea ecuatorial.

  6. Appui a l’administration de travail, au dialogue social et renforcement de la protection sociale en Tunisie - évaluation interne finale

    19 April 2023

    Le Bureau Pays de l’OIT pour la Tunisie cherche un évaluateur/trice pour conduire l’évaluation interne finale du projet « APPUI A L’ADMINISTRATION DE TRAVAIL, AU DIALOGUE SOCIAL ET RENFORCEMENT DE LA PROTECTION SOCIALE EN TUNISIE »

    Date limite de soumission de candidature: 3 mai 2023

    Pour plus de détails sur l’évaluation, veuillez consulter les termes de références (TdRs) ci-dessous.

    La date limite pour présenter une expression d’intérêt pour la réalisation de cette évaluation est le 3 mai 2023, à la fermeture des bureaux (17h30 GMT). Veuillez envoyer un courriel avec en objet «Evaluation du projet TUN/20/50/NOR à Aridhi, Nada , mettant en copie Ricardo Furman et Pacome Dessero