Young people should be empowered with the necessary entrepreneurial skills to enable them to create their own businesses. Check out ➤ the ILO-led Kazi Nje Nje Business Development Services apprenticeship program in Tanzania.
Young people should be empowered with the necessary entrepreneurial skills to enable

Young entrepreneurs in Tanzania: Where are they now?

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#ICYMI: In Tunisia, with ILO assistance, the nation’s first collective agreement was signed to cover over 500,000 agricultural workers. ➦ [ Ow.ly Link ]
ICYMI In Tunisia with ILO assistance the nations first collective agreement was
Changing our mindset from finding a job to become job creators. In Malawi, the ILO-MasterCard Foundation Work 4 Youth (W4Y) Programme teamed up with the Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) project targeting women and men in agriculture and horticulture to strengthen their vegetable production skills. ➥ WATCH more here.
Changing our mindset from finding a job to become job creators In

Making the move from school to work in Malawi and Zambia

CC -- Sous-titres français - subtitulado en español The global jobs crisis is taking a heavy toll on young people in the advanced economies of Europe where 1...

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Faced with unemployment – especially among women
and youth – high levels of inequality and poverty, as well environmental challenges, Zambia has launched a Green Jobs Program that promotes green technologies in the construction sector. ➜ See more on how Zambia, with ILO and partners, is greening its way out of poverty. ow.ly/PaPn30aIlXy
Faced with unemployment – especially among women
Sharing with you some of the changes happening in the continent. With ILO assistance, #CaboVerde has doubled its social protection coverage over the past five years. #Cameroon, #Ethiopia, #Gambia and #Togo reviewed their social security systems to expand coverage in the #informaleconomy and rural communities. In #Mozambique the number of households covered by social protection schemes more...
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#DYK: Improving safety and working conditions of labourers is one of the top social development agenda of the ILO in #Africa. ➽ See more of our work in defending labour rights through better labour relations. ow.ly/XUmz30aGr4J
DYK Improving safety and working conditions of labourers is one of the
More than 6,300 women have accessed credit and business management training that helped them to initiate and run micro and small businesses. Our goal ➜ Achieving women’s economic #empowerment through increased access to financial services. Follow @ILOAfrica to learn more and support ow.ly/tiyp30aENDS
More than 6300 women have accessed credit and business management training that
Agriculture represents more than 2/3 of jobs in sub-Saharan Africa. See how the ILO is working with local authorities and partners to promote community-based skills development in rural areas. → ow.ly/Lwcl30aCJdR
Agriculture represents more than 23 of jobs in subSaharan Africa See how
HAPPENING NOW: Work not only gives us an income, it connects us with society. As the world of work changes, how will those connections change? The future of work is ours to make, so make your voice heard and join The Future of Work we want: A Global Dialogue [ Ow.ly Link ]
HAPPENING NOW Work not only gives us an income it connects us
Young people are the future drivers of our economy and society. What are their hopes and fears for their future at work? Join The Future of Work we want: A Global Dialogue to be part of the conversation. #ILOFOW ow.ly/eT8d30aAkOU
Young people are the future drivers of our economy and society What
With agriculture being the number one job provider in the country, Zimbabwe, with the support of the ILO, has embarked on creation of decent work opportunities in the rural areas as the best way out of poverty. [ Ow.ly Link ]
With agriculture being the number one job provider in the country Zimbabwe
Forced labour is big business. Our recent estimates show it is worth US$ 150 billion a year in profits only. ➜ See more here [ 50forfreedom.org Link ] #50ff
Forced labour is big business Our recent estimates show it is worth
Quality education has a huge role to play in ending child labour and achieving the #GlobalGoals: ilo.org/globalgoals
Quality education has a huge role to play in ending child labour
Research demonstrates that improving working conditions and defending the rights of workers benefits all of us. ➜ See more go.betterwork.org/impact
Research demonstrates that improving working conditions and defending the rights
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“You give a poor man a fish and you feed him for a day. You teach him to fish and you give him an occupation that will feed him for a lifetime.” Applying the proverb through this ILO apprenticeship program in the fisheries industry of Somalia with the support of the Government of Flanders.
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Fisheries Apprenticeship scheme for the Youth in Bosaso

150 youths in Bosaso, Puntland participated in an apprenticeship scheme in the fisheries industry through the Youth Employment Somalia programme. ILO in coll...

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New forms of work are likely to intensify in the age of digitization and new technologies, but the future of work is ours to make. #ILOFOW
New forms of work are likely to intensify in the age of

Preparing The Future of Work We Want

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ICYMI: Check out the new #Employment for Youth in Egypt (EYE) Project carried out by the ILO and funded by Norway. Three goals: creating decent jobs, sustainable businesses and a more inclusive economic growth. [ Ow.ly Link ]
ICYMI Check out the new Employment for Youth in Egypt EYE Project
Why African countries need to adopt public employment programs as a form of social protection for the most vulnerable. [ Ow.ly Link ]
Why African countries need to adopt public employment programs as a form
DYK: In Zambia, the ILO’s ARISE programme is fighting to reduce child labour through education and training. WATCH for more info here.
DYK In Zambia the ILOs ARISE programme is fighting to reduce child

The road to eliminating child labour in Zambia

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Bridging the skills gap to create jobs and reduce poverty is a reality in Mozambique. The emerging country is partnering with ILO to increase the employability of vulnerable groups through projects funded by Korea and Norway.
Bridging the skills gap to create jobs and reduce poverty is a

Training for Rural and Economic Empowerment (TREE) in Mozambique

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