Cambodia resources

January 2022

  1. Bilateral workshop of TVETs between Wuxi Institute of Technician of China and Preah Sihanouk Cambodia-China Friendship Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia

    14 January 2022

    Under the Skills Development Network through South-South Cooperation initiative, the ILO-China Partnership Programme convened on-line Workshop of Cooperation and Exchange between Wuxi Institute of Technician (WIT) and Preah Sihanouk Cambodia-China Friendship Polytechnic Institute (PCCFPI). A total of 19 representatives from WIT, PCCFPI, Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone (SSES), Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of China attended the meeting. Participants agreed to discuss in more details of the cooperation at technical level and will draft the multilateral cooperation framework agreement.

  2. Migrant Worker Resource Centre (MRC) Map

    The ILO delivers assistance directly to migrant workers and their communities through a network of Migrant Worker Resource Centres (MRCs) across the ASEAN region. These MRCs are managed in partnership with government institutions, trade unions and civil society organizations (CSOs), and provide a range of services in countries of origin and destination. As of 01 January 2022, TRIANGLE in ASEAN supports 24 MRCs in 20 locations.

December 2021

  1. Bilateral workshops of TVETs between Guangzhou Industry and Trade Technician College of China and National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia

    21 December 2021

    Under the Skills Development Network through South-South Cooperation initiative, the ILO-China Programme convened on-line Workshop of Cooperation and Exchange between National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia (NPIC) and Guangzhou Industry and Trade Technician College (GZITTC) of China. A total of 17 representatives from GZITTC, NPIC, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of China, and ILO colleagues attended the meeting. Participants highlighted the needs of TVET development through South-South Cooperation.

  2. Equipping online facilitation skills to better support MSMEs during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic

    In an effort to support the recovery of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises from the COVID-19 pandemic, the ILO organized two online workshops on “Online Facilitation and Activity-Based Learning” for capacity building for development organizations and business development service providers in Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand.

  3. Recovery and labour migration in the post-pandemic future

    Thematic background paper for the 14th ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour

  4. Bilateral workshops of TVETs on the Skills Development Network through South-South Cooperation

    14 December 2021 - 28 February 2022

  5. Strengthening informal businesses in India through Activity-Based Learning - Lessons from cases in Lao People's Democratic Republic and Cambodia

    The ILO organized an online workshop on “Delivering Impactful Support for Informal Businesses” for Indian ministries, sectoral associations and development organizations which support development of informal businesses. The workshop presented findings from research on training and skills needs for the informal sector in India, as well as case studies from Lao People's Democratic Republic Cambodia on delivery of the ILO’s Activity-Based Learning programmes.

  6. Delivering Impactful Support for Informal Businesses

    13 December 2021

    Needs assessment of informal businesses and introduction of ILO’s approach.

  7. Return migrant workers in Cambodia receive COVID-19 relief assistance from European Union and ILO

    The Ship to Shore Rights South East Asia Programme provides relief assistance to more than 1,700 Cambodian migrant workers returning to Cambodia in partnership with CENTRAL.

  8. Extending social health protection: Accelerating progress towards Universal Health Coverage in Asia and the Pacific

    This regional report documents and analyses country experiences and lessons on the extension of social health protection coverage in the Asia and the Pacific region. It provides a detailed account of progress made, challenges encountered and remaining coverage gaps, and explores their root causes.