Knowledge Repository

ASPYEE - Knowledge Repository

The ASPYEE Knowledge Repository is an inventory of Knowledge briefs, Toolkits, Reports, Country Profiles and Publications curated through collaboration and reflection processes.

ASPYEE Knowledge Repository is an inventory of knowledge products curated to support practitioners and to continuously improve, innovate and replicate programs.
Skills and Labour Migration
Training Employment Services Providers on How to Facilitate the Recognition of Skills of Migrant Workers: Facilitator’s Notes
Skills and Labour Migration
Global Skills Partnership on Migration
Skills and Labour Migration
The role of social partners in skills development, recognition and matching for migrant workers
Skills and Labour Migration
The State of Play of Skills Mobility Partnerships between Africa and Europe
Skills and Labour Migration
Youth Strategy for East and Horn of Africa (2021-2024)
Skills and Labour Migration
Mitiku's unemployed struggle ended through entrepreneurship
Skills and Labour Migration
Labour market assessment : Market trends and opportunities in Ethiopia and the Gulf
Skills and Labour Migration
Labour migration, skills development and the future of work in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries
Skills and Labour Migration
What would make Global Skills Partnerships work in practice?
Skills and Labour Migration
Skilled to care, forced to work? Recognizing the skills profiles of migrant domestic workers in ASEAN amid forced labour and exploitation
Skills and Labour Migration
Skills Recognition Mechanisms for selected Occupational Profiles of Migrant Workers in Ethiopia, Kenya and South Africa
Skills and Labour Migration
Migrant Workers; Skills Portability in Africa at Regional Economic community and continental Level
Skills and Labour Migration
Education at a Glance 2019 – South Africa
Skills and Labour Migration
Understanding intra-regional labour migration in the East African Community (EAC)
Skills and Labour Migration
Integrating Migration with Development in EAC: Policy Challenges and Recommendations