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Mozambique: Empowering rural communities to improve livelihoods

In a remote area of northern Mozambique, rural populations face daunting challenges on path out of extreme poverty and vulnerability. With the support of the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), the International Labour Organization (ILO) is implementing its Training for Rural Economic Empowerment, or 'TREE', programme aimed at promoting decent work and inclusive growth. It is based on the ILO methodology of community based training for employment and income generation.


Sources

ILO

Country

Mozambique

Economic Groups

Least developed countries

Regions

Africa

Knowledge Products

Case studies and good practices

Issues

Rural employment

Subject Tags

G20 Training Strategy
rural employment
Access to training

Additional Subject Tags

Community-based training

Publication Date

08/2017
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