Videos on indigenous and tribal peoples
New water system promotes peace, decent work in Maguindanao
17 May 2022
Women and former combatants from Datu Piang, Maguindanao built a water system that will benefit 95 households. The ILO Japan Water and Sanitation Project trained and engaged local communities as workers to build a water system, which contributed to providing jobs and promoting peace in the Bangsamoro region.
Former combatants partner for safe water, peace in Mindanao
17 May 2022
Former combatants trained as construction workers built a level II water system with 22 tap stands under the ILO Japan Water and Sanitation Project to provide jobs and promote peace in the Bangsamoro region. More than a thousand households and a nearby school with hundred of children gain access to safe and clean water.
Clean water, decent work unite communities for peace
17 May 2022
Over 2,000 households in five villages benefit from three new water systems built under the ILO Japan Water and Sanitation Project in Balabagan, Lanao del Sur. The project contributed to provide jobs and promote peace in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) in the Philippines.
ILO, Japan join hands with indigenous peoples for decent work and safe water
19 October 2021
Indigenous peoples consider the new water system as a blessing. Built under the ILO Japan Water and Sanitation Project, the water system provides access to safe and clean water, and promotes peace and decent work in Renti, Upi, Maguindanao.
Decent work, clean and safe water for indigenous peoples of Rifao, Upi, Maguindanao
21 September 2021
Through community contracting and employing local resource-based approaches (LRB), the project maximized the use of local resources while respecting traditions and considering the environment in all aspects of the implementation.
Leading the world: Indigenous-led partnerships and governance
07 September 2021
The purpose of this event is to illustrate the ways that indigenous values are being expressed and manifested globally, building lessons for wider water governance. Most indigenous groups have important relationships with their waterways and water bodies and continue to honor these relationships, including other partners in their process.
Indigenous Peoples: Partners for safe water, decent work and peace
27 August 2021
At the World Water Week 2021 global event, the Philippines shared how indigenous peoples built a water system under the ILO Japan Water and Sanitation Project in the Bangsamoro region, which also respected indigenous rights, culture and traditions.
Indigenous peoples build new water system in Looy, Maguindanao
13 August 2021
Teduray, a group of indigenous peoples in the Philippines built a new water system under the ILO Japan Water and Sanitation Project that will provide access to clean and safe water, at the same time contribute to promoting decent work and building peace in the Bangsamoro region.
Indigenous peoples can help build a ‘better future’
10 August 2021
9 August is the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. They have been hard hit by the COVID-19 crisis but are key partners in building a ‘better normal’ that respects their rights and ensures access to decent work.
Indigenous and tribal peoples need urgent action to tackle poverty and inequality
31 January 2020
Thirty years after the adoption of the only international Convention on the rights of indigenous peoples, a new ILO report finds they are still more likely to be poor and face particular hardships in the world of work.