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01 April 2005
The ISSUES is published three times a year by the ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific covering the work of the ILO in Asia-Pacific region. For this issue, it focuses on tsunami reconstruction in Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and India.
08 September 2004
This publication is in line with ILO mandate in support of migrant workers. The studies covering five countries in South Asia - Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka were undertaken from August to November 2003. It presents an overview of out-migration from South Asia and is intended to be utilized as background material for the General Discussion on Migrant Workers at June 2004 Session of the International Labour Conference.
Elimination of Child Labour in the Soccer Industry in Sialkot, Pakistan Phase II- Final Project Evaluation (2004)
01 September 2004
12 August 2004
This publication presents a review of a substantial number of IPEC programmes from 1992 to 2002 in India. Most of which were undertaken in collaboration with the ILO constituents, who have also taken an active part in the IPEC National Steering Committee.
01 July 2004
A publication highlighting the joint efforts of the ILO and its constituents to combat child labour in India.
25 May 2004
Combined Evaluation of ILO/IPEC garment sector projects as part of the “Memorandum of Understanding” framework with the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association- Final Project Evaluation (2004)
01 April 2004
This study is both a final evaluation of each of these three projects and a programme evaluation of the whole ILO/IPEC BGMEA intervention.
01 January 2004
Comprises step-by-step instructions on how to apply different rural planning tools at local level.
01 January 2004
A report on the link between HIV & AIDS and child labour in Nepal.
BANGLADESH:Report on the working children in metropolitan cities of Bangladesh (Establishment based child labour survey) (2002-03)
16 December 2003
A report on the working children in metropolitan cities in Bangladesh based on the findings of the Establishment-based Child Labour Survey (ECLS) 2002-03 conducted by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics.
15 November 2003
A baseline Survey on child workers in welding establishments to estimate the incidence and distribution of this target group at the national level.
06 November 2003
Although there are some social security schemes of national application in India, such as the Employees Provident Fund Scheme, they focus on the organized sector, whereas there is a need for a national social security policy. Some states, however, have given greater priority to social security through the establishment of non-contributory social assistance schemes, and the national government has in recent years tried to reinforce these efforts through the National Social Assistance programme. Some states such as Tamil Nadu and Kerala have also given priority to providing social security to unorganized workers through the development of welfare funds based on occupational groups.
Preventing and Eliminating the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Selected Formal and Informal Sectors in Bangladesh- Mid Term Evaluation (2003)
01 May 2003
This report is the result of a final evaluation to review the project’s approach, strategy and implementation, to assess the extent to which the project objectives were met and the impact on target groups.
01 November 2002
This document is developed to help Indian enterprises to respond to the challenges of HIV/AIDS.
South Asia Subregional Programme to Combat Trafficking in Children for Exploitative Employment (TICSA)- Final Project Evaluation (2002)
01 July 2002
The ILO-IPEC South-Asian Sub regional Programme to Combat Trafficking in Children for Exploitative Employment (TICSA) was launched in Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka in February 2000.
16 June 2002
An assessment to explore the relationship between child labour and the Nepalese carpet industries.
14 June 2002
Papers presented at the ILO-IPEC South Asian Technical Seminar on Psycho-Social Rehabilitation and Occupational Integration of Child Survivors of Trafficking and Other Worst Forms of Child Labour, 11-14 June 2002, Kathmandu, Nepal
01 April 2002
A training manual on psychosocial counselling for trafficked youth developed by the Center for Victims and Torture (CVICT) in Kathmandu. This manual was offered to social workers and counsellors who help the children in rehabilitation centres in South Asia as part of the Trafficking in Children South Asia Project (TICSA) project of the ILO’s International Programme on the elimination of Child Labour (IPEC).
08 March 2002
31 October 1999
The project started in October 1997 and its 1st phase came to an end in October 1999. This is an evaluation report of Phase I of the project.