13 November 2014
Activities of the Employment Intensive Investment Programme in the Philippines
01 May 2013
The Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) supported the livelihood recovery initiative of the International Labour Organization (ILO) which applies the Employment Intensive Investment Programme (EIIP) as a post-calamity intervention in the three municipalities of Davao Oriental. Under the EIIP, local organizations were contracted to implement their post-calamity subprojects and activities aimed to help individuals and households recover from the impact of Typhoon Bopha.
Community-based emergency employment, reconstruction and livelihood recovery in response to Typhoon Pablo (Bopha): Fact sheet
17 December 2012
Typhoon Pablo (Bopha) has affected many parts of the Southern Philippines and damaged thousands of properties and livelihoods. Typhoon Pablo was the strongest to hit the area in decades. The ILO has initially mobilized its internal resources and has also sought the assistance of its development partners.
14 June 2012
The R4D project will bring social and economic benefits to women and men in rural Timor-Leste by carrying out rehabilitation and maintenance of rural road networks.
The ultimate aim of the course is to contribute towards the development and effective implementation of jobrich public investment policies and programmes for poverty reduction and sustainable development.
17 May 2012
Training guide and technical reference for LIPW personnel
09 April 2012
Efforts to mitigate climate change and its impact should be inclusive of poor communities and help them to adapt to the new living and working conditions. Communities can use local resource-based strategies to reduce the impact of development on the climate.
06 December 2011
This working paper is the joint effort of the Employment Intensive Investment Programme and the Green Jobs Programme. It explores the implications of climate change, its impacts on the world of work and the need for the work of the International Labour Office to adapt to it. It takes stock of the on-going work and identifies the needs for further development.
01 December 2011
A guide for identifying, designing and implementing interventions in support of climate change adaptation at the local level.
09 September 2011
Papers presented at the 14th regional seminar for labour-based practitioners 5-9 September 2011