Projects on Least developed countries
Healthy Socio-Economic Recovery of the Micro and Small Enterprise Sector of Sri Lanka (COVID-19)
01 July 2020
Support for Micro and Small enterprises for healthy socio-economic recovery when they start the business under the COVID 19 pandemic
Local Empowerment through Economic Development and Reconciliation (LEED+) Project
01 May 2019
The LEED+ project builds on successes of the Local Empowerment through Economic Development (LEED) Project. From 2011-2018, LEED has helped to reduce poverty, create sustainable jobs and build the peace in northern Sri Lanka.
JOBS for PEACE and RESILIENCE: Strengthening natural disaster resilience of rural communities and micro and small enterprises in the North and South West of Sri Lanka
18 January 2018
The objective of this intervention is to contribute to implement the National Policy on building resilience and disaster mitigation measures by developing and demonstrating effective models in rural communities with special attention on the North and the South West of Sri Lanka where the recurrence of natural disasters is high.
Employment Generation and Livelihoods through Reconciliation in Sri Lanka
18 January 2018
The EGLR project through its’ innovative work on creating and fostering partnerships at different levels will play a pioneering role in harnessing a positive impact in terms of economic growth, jobs, incomes and cross-community dialogue.
EMPOWER: Building peace through the economic empowerment of women in Northern Sri Lanka
22 December 2017
The objective of this project is to increase access to economic empowerment, social integration, resilience and peacebuilding participation for conflict affected women in Mullaitivu, one of the most conflict-affected Northern Districts of Sri Lanka. The project is funded by the UN Peace Building Fund and implemented by the ILO, WFP, and Puthukkudiyiruppu Women Entrepreneurs’ Cooperative Society.
Promoting Decent Work in Plantation Sector in Sri Lanka
18 November 2016
Promoting Decent Work in Tea Plantation Sector in Sri Lank is a two year project funded by the International Labour Organisation. Overall objective of the project is to “promote decent work opportunities and inclusive economic growth in the tea plantation sector in Sri Lanka”.
Local Economic Development through Tourism (LED) Project
01 January 2015
The Project contributes to poverty reduction, sustainable job creation and peace building through an improved environment with strengthened governance, effective community-based services and public-private partnership that economically empower vulnerable groups in conflict-affected populations in the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka.