Programme Implementation ReportsThe ILO’s biennial Programme Implementation Report is submitted to the ILO’s Governing Body and the International Labour Conference every two years. As an instrument of accountability, it describes the performance of the Organization against the commitments made in the Programme and Budget for the corresponding biennial period, presenting achievements realized with the resources entrusted to the ILO. As a contribution to organizational learning, it identifies lessons learned and actions for further performance improvement.
The report is only one of the elements of a broader accountability and communication effort, which includes an interactive digital narrative (InfoStory) and the ILO Decent Work Results Dashboard. These platforms provide detailed information by outcome, by region and by country with a range of videos, stories and testimonials that illustrate the impact of the ILO’s work on the lives of people and the realization of the ILO’s social justice mandate.