Skills Anticipation

Rapid Skills Assessment for 6 African Countries

02 Feb 2022
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Rapid Skills Assessment for 6 African Countries

The International Labour Organization (ILO), under the Skills Initiative for Africa (SIFA), conducted Rapid Skills Assessments  six African Countries; Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, South Africa and Zambia.These reports present research conducted in 2020 through literature review, enterprise and individual surveys using virtual platforms to understand the effects of COVID-19 on skill development and job opportunities in the surveyed sectors which include health and social work, agriculture and manufacturing.

Rapid Skills Assessment Infographics for 6 African Countries

02 Feb 2022
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Rapid Skills Assessment Infographics for 6 African Countries

The International Labour Organization (ILO), under the Skills Initiative for Africa (SIFA), conducted Rapid Skills Assessments  six African Countries; Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, South Africa and Zambia.These infographics present research conducted in 2020 through literature review, enterprise and individual surveys using virtual platforms to understand the effects of COVID-19 on skill development and job opportunities in the surveyed sectors which include health and social work, agriculture and manufacturing.

Mapping of Labour Market Information System approaches in Zambia

25 Oct 2021
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Mapping of Labour Market Information System approaches in Zambia

This is a report of the validation of the Mapping of Existing Labour Market Information and Skills Anticipation Institutions, Data Infrastructure, Capacities and Approaches in Zambia.

This report contains the proceedings of a workshop attended by stakeholders from government, private sector, employers’ organisation, workers’, NGOs and academia with the purpose of validating the key findings of the Mapping of Existing Labour Market Information and Skills Anticipation (LMISA) Institutions, Data Infrastructure, Capacities and Approaches report for Zambia”.