Assessment of Labour Market and Migration Information System in Ethiopia and Djibouti - ILO

May 12, 2022

Background:

The International Labour Organisation (ILO)––via its United Kingdom Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) funded project “Better Regional Migration Management”––aims to support the Ethiopian and Djiboutian governments in establishing a labour market and migration information system (LMMIS) and ensuring that labor and labor migration data is mainstreamed into its labour market information system. In order to provide the necessary support, a comprehensive assessment on the state of LMMIS in Ethiopia and Djibouti are necessary.

Triangle’s Assessment:

  1. Provided an overview of existing and available labor market and migration related data collection and analysis frameworks, systems and structures.
  2. Improved the overall understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of existing labor market and migration related data collection and processing systems and mechanisms.
  3. Mapped existing official and non-official sources on labor market and migration related data.
  4. Identified key actors engaged in labor market and migration data collection in Djibouti.
  5. Identified challenges related to harmonisation of information related to the national labor market and migration.
  6. Identified challenges related to coordinating different information sources related to labor market and migration.
  7. Identified information and specific data needs to develop labor migration policies that are evidence-based and gender sensitive and that reflect real labor market needs.
  8. Identified concrete and feasible mechanisms to facilitate the sharing of labor market and migration related information among concerned institutions.
  9. Identified mechanisms to improve the collection and analysis of labor market and migration data and how best to integrate them with existing national labor market information systems.
Project:

Assessment of Labour Market and Migration Information System in Ethiopia and Djibouti – ILO

Duration:

January 2022 – February 2022

East Africa
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