News and Press releases

January 2022

  1. ILO signs two separate Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) with Smart Energy Limited of Zambia (Smartnet) and Renewables Management Services of South Africa (RMS).

    17 January 2022

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) Country Office Lusaka has signed two separate Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) with Smart Energy Limited of Zambia (Smartnet) and Renewables Management Services of South Africa (RMS).

  2. Strengthening resilience of small businesses through access to knowledge and finance in Turkana County

    13 January 2022

    Under the PROSPECTS programme, the ILO and its partners are imparting business management skills to upskill enterprises owned by refugee and host communities in Turkana County, Kenya.

  3. 12th Academy on Social and Solidarity Economy - Plenary Session 1: Social and Solidarity Economy: an overview, values and principles

    12 January 2022

  4. 12th Academy on Social and Solidarity Economy - Plenary Session 6: Localizing Sustainable Development Goals: SSE as trigger of Local Economic Development

    12 January 2022

  5. 12th Academy on Social and Solidarity Economy - Elective 3: SSE, just transition to climate-neutral and circular economy: innovative ways of production and consumption

    12 January 2022

  6. 12th Academy on Social and Solidarity Economy - Plenary Session 5: The importance of statistical instruments in measuring the SSE

    10 January 2022

  7. 12th Academy on Social and Solidarity Economy - Plenary Session 4: Financial mechanisms for innovative SSE ecosystems

    10 January 2022

  8. 12th Academy on Social and Solidarity Economy - Elective 7: SSE as tool for social cohesion, peace and resilience

    10 January 2022

  9. 12th Academy on Social and Solidarity Economy - Elective 6: SSE, Local Economic Development and social innovation

    10 January 2022

  10. Bringing recognition to the skills of informal “Jua Kali” sector workers in Kenya

    06 January 2022

    Launch of the 'Recognition to prior learning' process in Kenya will enhance the employability of local refugee and host community youth. It will validate the under-recognised competencies of artisans and provide them new work opportunities.