The ILO seeks the promotion of social justice and internationally recognised human and labour rights. Its mission is to help women and men around the world to find decent working conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity through its Decent Work Agenda.
International Labour Organization has launched and operates Decent Work Country programmes (DWCPs) since 2006. It is the guiding framework for ILO support to poverty reduction programmes and other national development initiatives and implemented in cooperation with ILO social partners. The DWCPs focus on the respective countries priority areas, which includes; Poverty reduction through creation of decent work opportunities for young women and men, Reducing the incidence of child labour; and Mitigating the socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS at the workplace. Entrepreneurship for disabled women, labour laws and HIV/AIDS at the workplace and Gender equality at work.
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