Project documentation
Ghana, Nigéria et Togo: Vers une reconnaissance mutuelle des compétences dans les secteurs de l’agriculture et de la construction
Publication Date: 09 Aug 2021
Source: ILO
Ce rapport décrit le travail effectué par l'OIT pour répondre à la promotion de la reconnaissance mutuelle des compétences et renforcer les partenariats de compétences entre le Ghana, le Nigeria et le Togo. Il décrit les processus et les leçons apprises, et discute des défis et des opportunités dans la perspective de progresser vers la reconnaissance mutuelle des acquis, des compétences et des qualifications. Le processus présenté dans ce rapport est toujours en cours au moment de la publication. Les auteurs de ce rapport ont cherché à fournir un compte rendu précis des efforts et des activités menées, ce qui pourrait inspirer et innover le processus de partenariat de compétences.
Publication
Vers une reconnaissance mutuelle des compétences dans les secteurs de l’agriculture et de la construction
Publication Date: 18 May 2021
Source: ILO

Ce rapport décrit le travail effectué par l'OIT pour répondre à la promotion de la reconnaissance mutuelle des compétences et renforcer les partenariats de compétences entre le Ghana, le Nigeria et le Togo. Il décrit les processus et les leçons apprises, et discute des défis et des opportunités dans la perspective de progresser vers la reconnaissance mutuelle des acquis, des compétences et des qualifications. Le processus présenté dans ce rapport est toujours en cours au moment de la publication. Les auteurs de ce rapport ont cherché à fournir un compte rendu précis des efforts et des activités menées, ce qui pourrait inspirer et innover le processus de partenariat de compétences.

Publication
Towards mutual recognition of skills in the agriculture and construction sectors
Publication Date: 29 Apr 2021
Source: ILO

This report highlights progress on work to promote mutual skills recognition as part of a skills partnerships on migration between Ghana, Nigeria, and Togo. It describes processes and lessons learned, and discusses challenges and opportunities with the perspective of moving forward towards mutual recognition of prior learning, skills and qualifications.

Event
ILO Inter-regional workshop on enhancing youth employability and easing labour market transitions
Date: 18 - 20 May 2016
Sources: ILO

The Youth Employment Programme and Skills and Employability Branch are organizing a regional workshop on the theme of enhancing youth employability and easing labour market transitions. This three-day interregional event is part of a series of ‘What Works in Youth Employment’ Knowledge Sharing Events to facilitate learning and dialogue through evidence-based ‘good practices’.

The objective of the workshop is to bring together stakeholders (including our tripartite constituents) from nine African countries (Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sudan, Tanzania, and Zambia) in an interactive forum for exchange and peer learning with guidance from technical experts on effective, replicable and scalable supply side initiatives that address employability, skills demand, anticipation of skills needs and the bridges between supply and demand. A report based on exchanges and lessons learned during the workshop will be produced.

Event
ILO Inter-regional workshop on enhancing youth employability and easing labour market transitions
Date: 18 - 20 May 2016
Sources: ILO

The Youth Employment Programme and Skills and Employability Branch are organizing a regional workshop on the theme of enhancing youth employability and easing labour market transitions. This three-day interregional event is part of a series of ‘What Works in Youth Employment’ Knowledge Sharing Events to facilitate learning and dialogue through evidence-based ‘good practices’.

The objective of the workshop is to bring together stakeholders (including our tripartite constituents) from nine African countries (Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sudan, Tanzania, and Zambia) in an interactive forum for exchange and peer learning with guidance from technical experts on effective, replicable and scalable supply side initiatives that address employability, skills demand, anticipation of skills needs and the bridges between supply and demand. A report based on exchanges and lessons learned during the workshop will be produced.

Event
ILO Inter-regional workshop on enhancing youth employability and easing labour market transitions
Date: 18 - 20 May 2016
Sources: ILO

The Youth Employment Programme and Skills and Employability Branch are organizing a regional workshop on the theme of enhancing youth employability and easing labour market transitions. This three-day interregional event is part of a series of ‘What Works in Youth Employment’ Knowledge Sharing Events to facilitate learning and dialogue through evidence-based ‘good practices’.

The objective of the workshop is to bring together stakeholders (including our tripartite constituents) from nine African countries (Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sudan, Tanzania, and Zambia) in an interactive forum for exchange and peer learning with guidance from technical experts on effective, replicable and scalable supply side initiatives that address employability, skills demand, anticipation of skills needs and the bridges between supply and demand. A report based on exchanges and lessons learned during the workshop will be produced.