As Lebanon continues to reel under a multifaceted economic crisis, a competency-based training course conducted by the PROSPECTs programme gave Lebanese and Syrian trainees key skills needed to advance their career in Lebanon’s vital agricultural sector.
03 October 2022
The ILO, in cooperation with the Palestinian Trade Center (PalTrade) and Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry, held a series of business-to-business meetings between Jordanian cut flower producers and Qatari companies, to explore avenues for exporting the Jordanian products to the Qatari market.
03 October 2022
For the first time, farm workers meet with agri-food trade union representatives in Amman to discuss the future of their union membership
02 October 2022
The ILO has provided market-relevant skills training for Lebanese nationals and Syrian refugees to improve their employment prospects.
Key challenges and opportunities facing entrepreneurs in the agriculture and agro-food sectors in North-Lebanon and Akkar
Needs Assessment Report Under the Productive Sectors Development Programme
Synthesis of the crisis impact on the Lebanese labour market and potential business, employment and training opportunities
This report is developed within the context of the UNICEF/ILO partnership joint programme “Towards improved formal and non-formal technical and vocational education and training in Lebanon” (2017-2022).
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