ILO

ILO

The aim of this project - funded by the European Union and implemented by the ILO together with the Government of Timor-Leste - is to improve the country’s rural infrastructure by training and engaging local companies in labour-based rural road construction and maintenance
47-year-old Adriano Ximenes Trindade lives in Hatugau Village, Ermera, a land-locked district in the western-central part of Timor-Leste. One year ago, Trindade was recruited by a local construction company to work on the Letefoho Vila-Leimea Sorinbalu road. This is a 10.5 km stretch that connects villages to the market in Letefoho Vila and beyond. All in all, some 1,500 households will benefit from the new road.
To enhance decent work opportunities for Migrant Domestic workers (MDW), by reducing their vulnerability to exploitation and abuse and mitigating the adverse impact of migration on families left behind.
Young trainees in the leather sector at the Centre of Excellence for Leather in Gazipur, Bangladesh