Videos and Photos

2023

  1. Livelihood support in Sri Lanka

    We are earning an income, navigating a crisis and coming together as a farming community

    08 February 2023

    As Sri Lanka faces its worst economic crisis, people with existing vulnerabilities have been pushed further into poverty, unemployment, and food insecurity. With ILO support, vulnerable members of farming communities in the country’s northern province are earning an income by completing irrigation, flooding, and farmland access related maintenance work in their lands.

  2. Women's entrepreneurship development

    Rebuilding Better: Fostering Business Resilience Post-COVID-19 (long version)

    03 February 2023

    The ‘Rebuilding Better: Fostering Business Resilience Post-COVID-19’ project assisted women entrepreneurs in Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand to recover their businesses from the COVID-19 pandemic by strengthening their access to vital support services. The project was implemented over 22 months and supported more than 1,100 businesses.

  3. Women's entrepreneurship development

    Rebuilding Better: Fostering Business Resilience Post-COVID-19 (short version)

    03 February 2023

    The ‘Rebuilding Better: Fostering Business Resilience Post-COVID-19’ project assisted women entrepreneurs in Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand to recover their businesses from the COVID-19 pandemic by strengthening their access to vital support services. The project was implemented over 22 months and supported more than 1,100 businesses.

  4. Women's entrepreneurship development

    'Paitara Chaochalard' woman entrepreneur's story

    03 February 2023

    Paitara Chaochalard (Modd) is a Thai entrepreneur who runs a small event planning business, Neat Event and Consultant Co. The COVID-19 pandemic was particularly disruptive to her business, cutting 80 percent of income, and forced her to pivot her business online. To transition her operations online and stay resilient during the crisis, Modd joined activities organized under the ILO’s Rebuilding Better Project together with local partners ECOT and WE-Can.

  5. Women's entrepreneurship development

    Cathy Turvell's story

    03 February 2023

    Cathy Turvill is a woman entrepreneur operating in the health and wellness industry in the Philippines who received support from the ILO Rebuilding Better Project. After almost closing her business, the Nature Wellness Village, during the COVID-19 pandemic, Cathy was able to pivot her strategy and get it back on a growth trajectory.

  6. Women's entrepreneurship development

    'Sofea Shater' woman entrepreneur's story

    03 February 2023

    Sofea Shater is the founder and CEO of Sofea Homeopathy Center located in Seremban, Malaysia. In 2022, Sofea joined a programme organized by the ILO Rebuilding Better and local partner WENA and benefited from exchanges with other women entrepreneurs as they all came together to share their experiences.

  7. Video

    Decent Work in the Rubber Glove Supply Chain in Malaysia

    31 January 2023

    Decent work and aspiration for Malaysia's rubber glove supply chain.

2022

  1. Podcast

    Labour migration and diverse gender identities

    16 December 2022

    Migrating for work can give people with diverse sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions (SOGIE) the chance of a better life. But, what challenges do they face? And, how can they be supported?

  2. Video

    Decent work for the sanitation workers in Punjab

    15 December 2022

    The ILO PRS/STRIDE project supported the Pakistan Workers Federation (PWF) Punjab, in their efforts to promote decent work for the sanitation workers in Punjab. It highlights the issues and problems faced by the sanitation workers and emphasises on providing them with decent working conditions. Relevant stake holders from the Department of Labour Punjab, Sanitation worker and the PWF spokespersons provide their inputs on the issues and the redressal mechanism on how decent work can be made a reality for the sanitation workers in Lahore. The documentary was supported by the ILO PRS/STRIDE Project funded by the Government of Japan.

  3. Migrant workers

    Migrant Worker Resource Centres (MRCs) in Lao PDR video

    15 December 2022

    The ILO delivers assistance directly to migrant workers and their communities through a network of Migrant Worker Resource Centres (MRCs) in Lao PDR and other ASEAN countries. These MRCs are managed in partnership with government institutions, trade unions and civil society organizations, and provide a range of services in countries of origin and destination.