The MoU reaffirms the ILO’s commitment to partnering with the G5 Sahel countries, Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger. Much of the ILO’s work in the sub-region focus on building resilience via job creation in vulnerable populations such as women, youth, and refugees.
Presidential Decree No. 264-19 on the ratification of the Memorandum of Understanding between Algeria and Niger in the areas of labour, employment and social security
The Decree ratifies a previous memorandum of understanding between Algeria and the Niger in the areas of labour, employment and social security. The MOU was signed initially in Niamey on 16 March 2017. It aims to develop and promote cooperation in the areas of labour, employment and social security through: the exchange of information, programs, studies and experiences; promoting cooperation in the area of training and technical support; coordinating views and thinking on labour, employment and social security in regional and international organizations, among other mechanisms.
Signing an agreement for cooperation between Libya’s Government of National Accord and the International Center for Migration Policy Development
Kuwait and India signed a MOU that created a framework for cooperation on recruitment of domestic workers.
Jordan and Nepal signed an agreement of cooperation to increase the eployment of Nepalese workers in Jordan, focusing on the responsibilities of both countries in regulating employment and recruitment costs, and upholding the rights of workers, employers and agencies.