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Pipeline projects
Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED)
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identify export-oriented sectors with growth potential
identify emerging skill needs in those sectors
build up the capacity of training providers
3 year-project
Funded by Swedish International Development Agency
(SIDA)
Support for Peace, Reconciliation and Development in
Myanmar through community empowerment
• empowerment of conflict affected communities in
Myanmar through:
– supporting inclusive peace processes;
– safe and protective environment that supports
effective and sustainable reintegration of children
affected by conflict and;
– facilitating participatory development in conflictaffected communities based on community
empowerment through livelihoods, skills and
entrepreneurship training and non-formal education
• Shan conflict-affected communities
• 4-year project to be funded by the European Union
Support to the Peace Process through an integrated
livelihoods approach
• To support the recovery of conflict affected Mon
communities and contribute to the on-going peace
process in Southeast Myanmar
– Peace Building and Community Empowerment
– Rehabilitation of Social and rural infrastructure
– Education
– Health/Water and Sanitation
– Livelihoods
• 2-year project
Contributing to peace and reconciliation through sustainable livelihoods and improved connectivity and communication
• Sustainable livelihood alternatives for opium poppy
growing communities developed and farmers organized
• Improved infrastructure for connectivity and markets
access
• Sustained dialogue and peacebuilding to support local
communities to take part in the peace process
• 18 months under UN Peace Building Fund
• With UNODC
Strengthening the implementation of the UN Joint Action Plan
to prevent and end the recruitment and use of children in the Tatmadaw
• accelerate the implementation of the Joint Action Plan
through:
– direct technical support to the Myanmar Government
– field monitoring and reintegration of children formerly
associated with armed forces/groups
– Strengthening of the UNSCR 1612 Monitoring and
Reporting (MRM) on the 6 Grave violations against
Children through improved information management
system and inter-agency coordination
• 18-months project under the UN Peace Building Fund
Improving industrial relations in Myanmar’s
garment industry
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enhance industrial relations in the Myanmar Garment sector:
– (i) on factory/enterprise level: training of workers and managers;
– (ii) on industry level: supporting the Myanmar Garment
Manufacturing Association (MGMA) as well as township and
regional employer and workers’ organizations where deemed
possible;
– (iii) national level: training and awareness raising for government
officials and members of the Conciliation and Arbitration bodies
3-year project
Cooperation between ILO, H&M and Swedish International
Development Agency (SIDA)
Supporting the implementation of sustainable social
protection floors for the workers and their families
in ASEAN
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better social protection system by securing income, increasing
access to social services, and enhancing employability of female
and male workers in ASEAN, with a specific focus on two countries:
Cambodia and Myanmar
– social security schemes created & strengthened to increase
access of uncovered groups
– progressive expansion of effective delivery mechanisms
– ASEAN countries are knowledgeable about relevant practices to
extend social protection to all, including vulnerable and
unprotected groups
3-year project support by the ILO-Korea Partnership Programme
Supporting Capacity Building and Implementation of Labour Law Reform in Viet Nam and Myanmar (OSH)
• increased capacity to formulate, implement,
monitor, review and/or enforce a modern OSH
policy and legal framework
• 3-year project
• ILO-Korea Partnership Programme
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