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Name: Nigeria National Employment Policy.
Country: Nigeria
Subject(s): Employment policy, promotion of employment and employment services
Type of legislation: Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)
Adopted on: 1998-05
Entry into force:
ISN: NGA-1998-M-90973
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=90973&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Legislation on-line Legislation on-line NELEXNIGERIA, Ministry of Employment, Labour and Productivity, Nigeria PDF of Policy PDF of Policy (consulted on 2012-08-30)
Abstract/Citation: PREACE
TABLE OF CONTENT
LIST OF ABBREVIATION
PART 1 - BACKGROUND TO THE NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT POLICY
1.1. Economic Development and Performance since Independence in 1960
1.2. The Labour Force and Employment Status by Sector
PART II - EMPLOYMENT CRISIS AND POLICY CHALLENGE
2.1 The Employment Challenge
2.2 The Rationale for National Employment Policy
PART III - OBJECTIVES AND PRINCIPLES OF NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT POLICY
3.1 The Objectives of the Policy
3.2 Principles of the Policy
PART IV - STRATEGIES FOR THE NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT POLICY
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Enabling Macro and Sectoral Policies
4.3 Promotion of Rural Employment - Farm and Non-Farm
4.4 Ensuring Supportive Population, Migration and Regional Development Policies
4.5 Accelerated Growth and Development of the Private Sector
4.5.1 Improved Legal and Regulatory Environment
4.5.2 Physical Infrastructure and other Incentives
4.5.3 Training and Business Advisory Services
4.5.4 Micro and Small Scale Enterprise Credit and Financing
4.5.5 Market Development
4.5.6 Management Development
4.6 Linking Education and Training to Labour Market Requirement
4.6.1 Labour market - Linked Education
4.6.2 Vocational Education and training (VET) Policies
4.7 Improving Working Condition, Occupational Safety and Health
4.7.1 Strengthening of Existing Policies for Occupational Health and Development of Policy Tools
4.7.2 Developing the Health work Environment
4.7.3 Strengthening of Occupational Health Services
4.7.4 Development of Human resources for Occupational Health
4.7.5 Strengthening Labour Inspection Services
4.7.6 Eliminating Child Labour
4.7.7 HIV/AIDS and the Workplace
4.8 Strengthening of Labour Market Information and Monitoring
4.8.1 Other Federal Agencies/Ministries
4.8.2 Other Users
4.8.3 State Governments
4.9 Policy Guidelines for Mainstreaming Special Groups
PART V - INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR POLICY IMPLEMENTATION
5.1 The role of Government
5.2 The Role of Employers' and Workers Organization
5.3 Donor Contributions and Coordination
5.4 The Role of NGOs
5.5 Programme Monitoring and Evaluation
5.6 Review and Revision of Employment Policy

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