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Five countries participates in ILO’s South-South Cooperation project

The South-South Cooperation project ‘Cotton with Decent Work’ is executed by the ILO in partnership with the Brazilian Cooperation Agency (ABC) and the Brazilian Cotton Institute (IBA).

The project aims to improve the working conditions of workers and cotton producers in the five program countries through systematization, sharing and adaptation of relevant Brazilian experiences. The ILO project on decent work in the cotton industry, and will be implemented from early 2018. In each country viz. Mali, Mozambique, Paraguay, Peru and Tanzania project teams worked with governments and workers’ and employers’ representatives to define the activities of the project. The project is executed by the ILO in partnership with the Brazilian Cooperation Agency (ABC) and the Brazilian Cotton Institute (IBA).

The initiative aims to improve the working conditions of cotton producers in the five countries through systematization, sharing and adaptation of relevant Brazilian experiences. Areas of focus include: poverty reduction; productive inclusion; prevention and eradication of child labor and forced labor; promotion of youth employment; combating discrimination; and promoting gender and social dialogue.

 
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