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Executive Summary - From conflict to cooperation: Labour market reforms that can work in Nepal From conflict to cooperation examines the rhetoric and evidence concerning labour market rigidities in Nepal. The study provides a comprehensive review of the Nepalese labour market over the last twenty years, looking at the impact of historical, pol...
ILO, (2008)
Labour Market Transitions of Young Women and Men in Nepal ( May 2014) The group of young people aged 15–29 in Nepal represents more than one-quarter (28 per cent) of the total population and, of these, over 40 per cent are teenagers aged 15–19, the youngest part of the age group. Many of the country’s youth are still i...
ILO, (2014)
Employment Sector: The Dynamics Of Employment, The labour Market And The Economy In Nepal The last two decades have been marked by much political tumult in Nepal, with many constitutional amendments and changes of government. More recently, the transformation of Nepal to a federal republic in 2007-2008 has altered the nature of politics i...
ILO, (2011)
Final Evaluation ILO/JAPAN ASIAN REGIONAL PROGRAM On the Expansion Of Employment Opportunities For women project (EEOW):Nepal Chapter The World Summit for Social Development (Copenhagen, 1995) called for equal participation by women and men in social, economic, political and cultural aspects of life.The Fourth World Conference on Women (Beijing, 1995) stressed on the empowerment of...
ILO, (2002)
Analysis of Labour Market and Migration Trends in Nepal Nepal will continue to experience an exponential increase in the working-age population that need to be provided with employment opportunities. If the current levels of growth rate persist, the working-age cohort of the counry’s population will excee...
GiZ, EU, BMZ, ILO, (2015)
Workers’ Guide to Employment and Decent Work for Peace and Resilience Recommendation (No. 205) Since its creation in 1919, the ILO has operated on the principle that universal and lasting peace cannot be established or maintained if it is not based on social justice. Every working woman and man can freely claim this aspiration, along with thei...
ILO, (2019)
Employment/ Self Employment Service Programme for Conflict Victims a) Employment/job placement service- This service is targeted to conflict victims and their family members who already possess marketable skills. The selected service providers will help the selected unemployed victims and their families to find a jo...
IOM, UN, (2011)
Employment And Basic Needs In Nepal : A preliminary Analysis Of Problems And Policies Nepal has a geographical area as large as that of Bangladesh the archetype of a densely populated c^juntry - but lass than a sixth of the population of the latter.The low density of population is largely misleading., however, in view of the scarcity ...
ILO, (1982)
स्थलगत बुलेटिन बैदेसिक रोजगारीबाट फकेकाहरुलाई; घरमा स्वागत ? सन् २००० को मध्येदेखि श्रम पलायनको दुर अत्यन्त उचच रहेको छ। मध्य तरिका कहिँ गाउहरुमा प्रत्येक परिवारको एक जना नातेदार खाडी मुलुकहरुमा काम छन । नेपालमा प्राप्त गरेका समग आर्थिक लाभहरुलाई रेमिटेनसले कुल रास्तीय आयमा लगभग २५ प्रतिसत भन्दा बढी हिंस्सा आे...
UNRCHC, (2011)
FAIR RECRUITMENT INITIATIVE - Fostering fair recruitment practices, preventing human trafficking and reducing the costs of labour migration In today’s globalized economy, workers are increasingly looking for job opportunities beyond their home country in search of decent working conditions. In addition, millions of workers migrate internally. Public and private employment agencies, when...
UKAID, AUS AID, ILO, (2018)
स्थलगत बुलेटिन जीवनयापनका लागि चेपाङहरुको संङघर्स ; मकवानपुर र चितवन जिल्लाका द्रिस्तिकोण चेपाङहरू नेपालका सबभन्दा पीछडीयका आधिबासी समुहहरु मध्य एक हुन् र जनसंख्याको आकार, भासिक, साक्षरता डर, घरको प्रकार जमिनको स्वामित्व, पेसा र उचच शिक्षामा पहुच जस्ता सामाजिक आथिक सुचहरुको श्रीखलाका आधारमा उनीहरु उच्च सिमान्तकृतका रुपमा बर्गिकरण गरिएका ...
UNRCHC, (2012)
The ILO in Nepal Nepal has made notable social-economic progress in the past decade, reducing absolute poverty rate from 42 per cent in 1995/96 to 23.8 per cent in 2013. The Nepali labour force grew at the rate of 2.6 percent per annul during the same period. The tot...
ILO, (2015)
Case Study of earthquake displaced people Supported by Early Recovery Program in Dhading District Suk Maya Tamang, a mother of three children is working as unskilled labor for debris removal activity of IOM-Early Recovery program in Dhading District. After the major earthquake on 25 April 2015, most of the people including Ms. Tamang living in Zh...
IOM, (2016)
Issue Paper: Fair Recruitment in International Labour Migration Between Asia and the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries Migrant recruitment issues have come to the forefront of the international agenda in the recent past. Reducing the costs of labour migration is one of the UN Secretary General’s Eight-Point Agenda for Action items presented to 2013 UN High Level Dial...
ILO, (2015)
स्थलगत बुलेटिन युवा उधमिहरु; नेपालमा बेरोजगारी समस्याको समाधान ? नेपालको संक्रमणकालिन शान्ति प्रक्रियाका लागि रोजगारी अभिवृदीलाइ निकै महत्वपुर्ण मानिएको छ । तर सन् १९९८ देखि २००८ को अवधिमा सहरी युवा बेरोजगारी डर आठ प्रतिसत बढेर लगभग १३ प्रतिसत पुगिसकेकोले रोजगारीको अभाव उच्च भएको छ । नेपालमा बर्सेनि ४००००० जति नया...
UNRCHC, (2011)
A 15-point declaration made by the third labor conference held in Kathmandu from 19-21 July 2012 Highlights: 1. Labor law is a basic law. It is equally applicable across the country. This conference agreed to bring all labor sectors/areas in the ambit of law. And, shows its commitment to introduce by laws as per the policy of ‘one law multiple ...
ILO, (2012)
Nepal Rural Household Survey 8 Villages From January to March 1974 the Asian Regional Team for Employment Promotion (ARTEP) undertook a country survey in Nepal with the aim of indicating a development strategy which would lead to higher income while avoiding high income inequality and fric...
UNDP, (2012)
The Dynamics of Employment, the Labour Market and the Economy in Nepal The low rate of growth and its pattern, the predominantly poor and rural nature of the economy, the high level of illiteracy, the several impediments to structural transformation, and, in fact, the de-industrialization of the economy are reflected in...
ILO, (2011)
Workforce diversity and reservation policy in Nepal: A strategic approach to strengthening women’s voice and visibility in formal employment sector While the private sector in Nepal, although expanding, is still small to generate adequate employment opportunities, government public service, UN agencies, multilateral and bilateral agencies, and INGOs remain important hubs for employment. Started ...
ILO, (2018)
Labour Laws, The Business Environment And The Growth Of Micro And Small Enterprises In South Asia This report presents the results of a major three year assessment undertaken by the International Labour Organization (ILO), in partnership with the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD), in four countries in South Asia: Bangladesh, In...
ILO, (2014)
ILO Convention And Nepal The General Conference of the International Labour Organisation,having been convened at Geneva by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office, and having met in its Third Session on 25 October 1921, and Having decided upon the adoption of c...
ILO, UNIC, (2001)
Analysis of Labour Market and Migration Trends in Nepal Large-scale migration from Nepal and the concurrent inflow of remittances has led the government and its development partners to explore opportunities to harness the potential of migration for the overall development of the country. This paper analys...
GIZ, ILO, (2015)
Women at Work An elderly woman is seen working at a brick factory in Lalitpur district. #UN #UNNepal #IOM #WomenWork #SDG #LalitpurDistrict #UNinNepal...
IOM, (2013)
स्थलगत बुलेटिन नेपाली उधोगहरु; समृदि्को अवसर अथवा दन्द्वको स्रोत ? नेपाल मुलत; कृषिपधन मुलुक हो तर एसले धरै पहिले देखि नै साना उद्योगक क्षेत्रमा बिकास गरेको पाईन छ । औधगिक उताप्दन मुख्यत घरेलु बजार तर्फ लछित भएको छ तर गलईचा तथा निर्यातमा सफलताका केहि उदाहरणहरु रहेको छन् अधिकांश उधयोहरु काठमादू वरिपरी रहेको भए पनि ठ...
UNRCHC, (2011)
Good Practices and Lessons Learned’ on Experiences of Interventions of Skills Enhancement for Employment Project (SEEP), Nepal This report aims at capturing the key lessons learned and good practices that have been experienced by the cross-section of the stakeholders during the implementation of the Skills Enhancement for Employment Project (SEEP) in 5 (five) districts of fa...
ILO, (2011)
Nepal Country Objectives (1996-1999) A major element of the ILO's Active Partnership Policy is the formulation of coherent and comprehensive country objectives. The process involves joint exercise by the ILO and the social partners in identifying national labour and social development p...
ILO, (1997)
Labour Markets, Institutions And Inequality: Building Just Societies In The 21st Century Equitable societies with large middle classes are not the natural outcome of market forces. Equity, rather, is created by society, by the institutions the laws, policies and practices that govern the society, its economy and, in particular, its labou...
ILO, (2014)
Employment Permit System Youths queue up to fill up application for employment in Republic of Korea through EPS #UN #IOM #Youth #Employment #SDG #EmploymentinRepublicofKorea #EPS...
IOM, (2013)
School Level Debate Competition A school girl speaks at a school-level debate competition on “Women in Foreign Employment: An opportunity or a challenge" organized to raise awareness on safe migration and human trafficking among youths at Dhading district. #UN #UNNepal #IOM #Schoo...
IOM, (2017)
Labour Market Information and Employment Services (LIfE) (Project fact sheet) Project partners: Ministry of Labour and Employment (MoLE), Department of Labour (DoL), Employment Service Centres (ESCs), Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI), Trade Union Federations, Council for Technical Education an...
ILO, (2017)
Nepal Labour Market Update The main labour market challenges in Nepal stem from the slow pace of economic development: almost three-quarters of workers continue to earn a living in the agricultural sector. Thus, the vast majority of workers are informally employed. Due to the ...
ILO, (2014)
The Role of Training Programs for Youth Employment in Nepal: Impact Evaluation Report on the Employment Fund The youth unemployment rate is exceptionally high in the developing world. Because quality of education is arguably one of the most important determinants of youth’s labor force participation, governments worldwide have responded by creating job trai...
WB, (2015)
FIBRE BAG ENTREPRISE Better Livelihoods, Better Environment - Sindhuli [Youtube] [Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGbJqgQJMnk [Abstract]- Every Saturday, Januka Thapa and her friends go to local market in Sindhuli to sell the fiber bags they make as part of their micro enterprise. The bags, which quickly drew everyb...
UNDP, (2016)
Rapid recovery of Mushroom Farmers in Kavre [Youtube] [Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIvhenc_FlI [Abstract]- Krishna Laxmi of Kavre and five other micro entrepreneurs have farmed oyster mushrooms for the last three years. After the devastating earthquakes of 2015, these micro entrepreneu...
UNDP, (2016)
Evaluation Summary: Mid-Term Evaluation of Promoting the Effective Govvernance of Labour Migration from South Asia Highlights: 1. This report presents the results of the independent mid-term evaluation of the Promoting the Effective Governance of Labour Migration from South Asia through Actions on Labour Market Information, Protection during Recruitment and Empl...
ILO, (2015)
Global Employment Trends For Youth 2015: Scaling Up Investments In Decent Jobs For Youth After the period of rapid increase between 2007 and 2010, the global youth unemployment rate settled at 13.0 per cent for the period 2012 to 2014.1 At the same time, the number of unemployed youth declined by 3.3 million from the crisis peak: 76.6 m...
ILO, (2015)
Labour Market Information and Employment Services (LIfE) Project Highlights: 1. The project aims to improve the quality of employment services through strengthened client orientation and capacity building of ESCs and their officials. It also aims to improve the collection and dissemination of labour market infor...
ILO, KOICA, (2014)
The Role of Training Programs for Youth Employment in Nepal The youth unemployment rate is exceptionally high in developing countries. Because the quality of education is arguably one of the most important determinants of youth’s labor force participation, governments worldwide have responded by creating job ...
WB, (2016)
Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008 Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008 (NLFS II) is the second round of a multi topic national labour force survey carried out by Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) from January to December 2008. As a follow up to the first NLFS of 1998/99 (NLFS I), NLFS II ...
GoN, UNDP, ILO, (2009)
Executive Summary: Labour Markets, Institutions And Inequality Over the past several decades, in most industrialized countries – Canada, the United States, most of Europe, and Australia and New Zealand – income inequality as measured by the Gini coefficient has increased. Inequality also increased in Asia, inclu...
ILO, (2015)
The ILO In Nepal Nepal has made notable socio-economic progress in the past decade, reducing absolute poverty rate from 42 per cent in 1995/96 to 23.8 per cent in 2013. The Nepali labour force grew at the rate of 2.6 percent per annum during the same period. The tota...
ILO, (2015)
Employment- Led Growth in Nepal This note to the National Planning Commission of Nepal discusses ways in which to accommodate new entrants to the labour market while, at the same time, to diminish the level of under-employment. The analysis represents the first phase of our work ...
ILO, (2010)
World Employment Programme Research (Working Paper) Nepal Special Public Works Programmes: Modelling The Impact Of Irrigation Projects: An Experimental MIcro-Macro Approach To The Bhorletar This paper is the third in a series of ILO - World Employment Programme working papers which present an in-depth socio-economic analysis of irrigation projects constructed under the Special Public Works Programme of the ILO. The previous two papers c...
ILO, (2009)
Employment and Development in Nepal The present study is an attempt to examine the special nature of the problems of employment and development in a country which belongs to the group of so-called Least Developed Countries. In common with other countries in this group, Nepal has an ext...
ILO, (1982)
Employment Expansion through Cottage Industries in Nepal: Potentials and Constraints Research done both within and outside the ARTEP shows that while agriculture (and particularly, crop production) has the potential to absorb considerably more labour than it does at present in many developing countries of Asia, structural and institu...
ILO, (1986)
Factors Affecting Women Entrepreneurship in Small and Cottage Industries in Nepal - Oppurtunities and Constraints Women entrepreneurship,in a formalized sense, is a relatively new phenomenon in Nepal.Although certain ethnic communities in the country, especially the Newars and Tibeto-Burman Highland Groups such as the sherpas, Gurungs, Thakalis are known to have...
ILO, SIDA, (1996)
World Employment Programme Research (Working Paper) Emergency Employment Schemes Programme: A Socio-Economic Impact Study Of The Bhorletar Irrigation Scheme This monograph is the first full fledged socio-economic analysis of a special public works/medium-scale hill irrigation project located at Bhorletar (Lamjung district, Western Development Region) in Nepal. This project started in 1980 and was impleme...
ILO, (1986)
Employment in Nepal Policy makers in Nepal have long been aware of the need to address problems relating to employment, but it cannot be said that employment generation was ever viewed as a central objective of economic policies. The very fact that the Information base ...
SAATH, ILO, (1997)
Nepal: Addressing the Employment Challenge through the Sectoral Pattern of Growth The economy of Nepal attained reasonable, though modest, growth during the period of mid-1980s to mid-1990s. The decline in growth started thereafter and continued during the 2000s. While the decline in growth was sharp for industries, agriculture ...
ILO, (2014)
Nepal Programmes and Strategies for Employment Promotion -- A Report Prepared by ILO-SAAT under UNDP Technical Support Services - 1 The Nepalese economy is characterized by a dominant agricultural sector. Bulk of the country's labour still remains in agriculture while even the very small proportion in industry consists substantially of cottage and small industries. Modest GDP gro...
ILO, (1996)
THE KINGDOM OF NEPAL -- Rural Training for Employment and Income Generation: Applying the Truga _Methodology - Project findings and recommendations The objectives of the project is as follows: 1. The project was originally designed to contribute to employment creation and income generation in the rural areas of five development regions of Nepal. However, the Government decided to concentrate pr...
HMG, ILO, (1989)
Proceedings of the : National Tripartite Workshop On Employment Policy Review In Nepal ( 27 January 1997) As a follow-up mechanism to the World Summit on Social Development (Copenhagen, 1995), the United Nations Administrative Committee on Coordination (UN ACC) established a Task Force on Employment and Sustainable Livelihoods under the leadership of t...
ILO, (1997)
Employment Sector Employment Working Paper No.10 - School-to-work transition: Evidence from Nepal The primary goal of the ILO is to achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all, including women and young people, a goal which has now been widely adopted by the international community. Working towards this goal is the fundamental...
ILO, (2008)
Labour and Social Trends in Nepal - 2010 The first issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Nepal report presents socioeconomic and labour and trends in Nepal and examines some of the key opportunities and challenges present in the country's labour market. Such an analysis is aimed at infor...
ILO, (2010)
Collective Bargaining: A Policy Guide This guide assists government policy-makers and practitioners to build consensus on, implement and monitor policies that promote collective bargaining. It provides straight-forward guidance on collective bargaining: the parties, the process and the h...
ILO, (2014)
Migrant Domestic Workers In Action: A Global Action Programme On Migrant Domestic Workers And Their Families Domestic workers usually do not enjoy the same level of protection as other workers. They are excluded from national legal protection in more than half of the world, and find themselves working in a sector that historically has not received equal res...
ILO, (2014)
IMPROVING WORKFORCE DIVERSITY WITHIN THE UNCT: A good practice from Nepal Eighteen members of the United Nations Country Team (UNCT) committed themselves to improving workforce diversity through a Declaration of Joint Principles of Workforce Diversity signed in January 2010. The Declaration seeks to address discriminati...
UNOHCHR, (2012)
The ILO MNE Declaration: What’s in it for Workers? (Your guide to the MNE Declaration 2017) The ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles Concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration) was negotiated and adopted by governments, employers and workers in 1977. It is the only ILO instrument that provides direct guidanc...
ILO, (2017)
74th UN Day 2019 UNDP staffs striking a pose on the occasion of 74th UN Day. #UNDay #74 #2019 #SGDs #Sustainable #Photoshoot #Staffs #UNDP #Group #GlobalGoal #Entertainment #CapacityBuilding,#Empowerment, #ProgrammeOwnership ...
-UNDP, (2019)
35th Anniversary ILO-Nepal Partnership The International Labour Organization (ILO), created in 1919, is built on the constitutional principles that universal and lasting peace can only be established if it is based upon social justice. The ILO brings together governments, employers and tr...
ILO, (2001)
Report on the Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008 Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008 (NLFS II) is the second round of a multi topic national labour force survey carried out by Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) from January to December 2008. As a follow up to the first NLFS of 1998/99 (NLFS I), NLFS I...
ILO, UNDP, GoN, (2009)
Labour market trends analysis and labour migration from South Asia to Gulf Cooperation Council countries, India and Malaysia This labour market trends analysis was conducted to better understand the characteristics and dynamics of the labour migration process in the countries to where they are bound. Such insight is intended to lead to better protection of migrants and to...
GIZ, ILO, (2015)
Jobs and Skills for Youth : Review of Policies for Youth Employment of Nepal Nepal is currently facing significant political instability as the failure to adopt a Constitution has hindered progress in a range of policy areas. Weak industrial relations and other simmering social and economic tensions provide the backdrop to a ...
ILO, (2015)
Decent Work for Poverty Reduction: An ILO Contribution to the PRSP in Nepal Generating productive, decent employment is central to a strategy of poverty reduction. The present synthesis paper is the ILO’s contribution to HMG/N’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper process. The ILO paper draws upon a substantial number of inputs...
GoN, ILO, (2002)
Dalits and Labour in Nepal: Discrimination and Forced Labour One of the key factors that perpetuate poverty is social and economic exclusion through discrimination. In Nepal, the issue of social and economic exclusion occupies a vital position in many development agendas that aim at reducing widespread poverty...
ILO, (2005)
Report on the Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008 Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008 is the second important step in the arena of labour force statistics in Nepal. It updates various indicators of labour force statistics derived from the Nepal Labour Force Survey 1998/99, which was the first of its kind...
GoN, ILO, (2008)
Regional Tripartite Workshop on Social Dimensions of Economic Reforms in Asia The National Planning Commission Secretariat and the Ministry of Labour,His Majesty's Government of Nepal,collaborated with the ILO-ARTEP in organising the workshop which was attended by the representatives of governments, workers organisations and e...
ILO, (1993)
Making Fair Recruitment a Reality [Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsLoqK1TB74&t=1s [Abstract]- This video chronicles the ILO’s effort to establish a corridor to recruit fairly workers from Nepal to Jordan to work in the ready-made garment sector. It highlights the powe...
ILO, (2017)
Global Employment Trends For Youth The report ILO Global Employment Trends for Youth 2010 says that of some 620 million economically active youth aged 15 to 24 years, 81 million were unemployed at the end of 2009 -- the highest number ever. This is 7.8 million more than the global num...
ILO, (2010)
Enhancing Employment- Centric Growth In Nepal,Situational Analysis For The Proposed Employment Policy, Government of Nepal Recent trends across the world indicate that productive employment is one of the main conduits for sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction.In general, it is believed that productive employment,in addition to reducing unemployment,also enhan...
GON, ILO, (2014)
Nepal Human Development Report 2004 Empowerment and Poverty Reduction Nepal has made progress in raising living standards over the last 50 years, particularly since 1990. Yet the country’s level of human development remains among the lowest in the world. Development outcomes have varied inequitably, manifesting themsel...
UNDP, (2004)
Emplyoment Generation in Irrigation Works Programmes for the People of the Hills of Nepal The primary objective of the Special Public Works Programme is to provide jobs and consequently income to poor rural communities through the local construction of public works such as irrigation schemes and roads. A key characteristic of the programm...
ILO, (1992)
Young Entrepreneurs: A solution to Nepal’s unemployment? - Issue No. 24 Employment acceleration has been recognized as important for Nepal’s peace transition. But joblessness remains high with urban youth unemployment growing from almost eight percent to 13 per cent between 1998 and 20083.It is estimated that Nepal se...
UNRCHCO, (2011)