17 May 2023
Viet Nam provides generous maternity benefits, yet for many women they remain out of reach. Enhancing access would benefit women, families, businesses and the nation alike.
22 August 2022
Ngân, a former child labourer, went on to complete vocational training through the ENHANCE project and, today, looks forward to a brighter future.
05 April 2022
The Vision Zero Fund project in Viet Nam organized a training visit in Dak Lak Province on 10-12 March 2022.
24 March 2022
Single parent in Hanoi benefits from the provision of livestock and technical training on pig raising, which yields a sustainable source of income for her to fund the continued education of her children.
21 March 2022
Dialogue, men’s involvement, good legislation and time. A new report from ILO identifies these and other ingredients of successful actions to eliminate gender inequality in Asia’s garment sector.
04 August 2021
The COVID-19 crisis has hit the global garment industry hard and nowhere has this been felt more than in Asia, where the majority of the industry is based. A new brief from the International Labour Organization looks at what the future holds for the Asian garment sector, how the pandemic is shaping industry trends and the opportunities for a more resilient, sustainable and human-centred future.
29 July 2021
Over half of the world’s domestic workers are in Asia and the Pacific. 10 years on from the adoption of the Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189), Anna Olsen, Technical Specialist at the International Labour Organization’s TRIANGLE in ASEAN programme, discusses progress made and ongoing challenges for ensuring decent work for domestic workers in the region.
09 July 2021
By André Gama, Social Protection Programme Manager, ILO Viet Nam
08 June 2021
Faced with the unprecedented challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have been hard hit. Unprepared and often ill-equipped to deal with the health risks and economic impacts, many were unable to cope with the crisis. Nguyen Phuc Mechanical in Vietnam, facing numerous product quality and productivity challenges, might not have survived the pandemic if it had not invested in SCORE Training before the crisis. Thanks to the improvements implemented in the months preceding the pandemic, the effects of COVID-19 on the company were mitigated.
29 April 2021
Workers are consumers as well as producers, ILO Viet Nam Director Chang-Hee Lee emphasizes when sharing his thoughts on today’s roles of Viet Nam Trade Union on the occasion of May Day.
31 March 2021
The Responsible Supply Chains in Asia programme is targeting a key business organisation with training and capacity building.
18 February 2021
Containment measures during 2020 to combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic have led to heightened inequality, as evidenced by emerging trends in key wage indicators in Thailand and Viet Nam.
01 December 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic was raging around the world, the plans of many exporters had to change This case study shows how one company participated in SCORE Training and worked to implement improvements that resulted in significant productivity gains despite grappling with the unknown business environment.
19 November 2020
A joint ILO/EU/OECD programme is seeing the fruits of its outreach activities in a crucial Vietnamese industry
13 August 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a severe impact on Viet Nam’s garment, footwear and handbag industry, with almost one-in-four workers losing their jobs. The ILO in Viet Nam has been supporting its partners to foster social dialogue in businesses, to ensure the protection of the most vulnerable workers.
28 May 2020
A training of enterprises seminar highlights the upside for business in improving labour management practices
01 May 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare in the cruellest way, the extraordinary precariousness and injustices of our world of work, says ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder.
30 April 2020
We have been keeping in touch with SCORE Trained enterprises around the globe to see how Covid-19 is impacting their business & how they are taking care of workers. Used to looking for ways to overcome challenges, most companies are optimistic that they can survive until we return to a “new normal” in the medium-term. Here, two companies from the wood furniture sector in Viet Nam describe what their businesses and workers are doing to keep going during the Covid-19 pandemic, and how they see their future.
23 April 2020
The International Labour Organization (ILO) is implementing the Project "Enhancing National Capacity to Prevent and Reduce Child Labour in Viet Nam" (ENHANCE) to assist national level efforts to prevent child labour through awareness-raising, capacity building and direct interventions.
15 April 2020
"If we fail to save people’s livelihoods, we will ultimately fail to protect their life and heath against the virus, and vice versa" explains ILO Viet Nam Director, Chang-Hee Lee, emphasizing the health and economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.