The objective of this study is to assess or diagnose the current state of labour market and migration information system in Ethiopia and Djibouti. The assessment would enhance the understanding of the current state in each country.
More specifically, this assessment conducted in close coordination with the Ethiopian Ministry of Labour and Skills and the Central Statistical Agency as well as the Ministry of Labour and the Institute of Statistics in Djibouti aims to:
i) Provide an overview of existing and available labour market and migration related data collection and analysis frameworks, systems and structures in Ethiopia and Djibouti;
ii) Provide improved understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of identified existing labour market and migration related data collection and processing systems and mechanisms in Ethiopia and Djibouti;
iii) Map out official and non-official sources on labour market and migration related data;
iv) Identify key actors engaged in labour market and migration data collection in Ethiopia and Djibouti;
v) Identify challenges in terms of harmonization of information related to labour market and migration;
vi) Identify challenges in terms of coordinating different information sources related to labour market and migration;
vii) Identify information and specific data needs to develop labour migration policies that are evidence-based and gender sensitive and that reflect real labour market needs;
viii) Identify concrete and feasible mechanisms to facilitate the sharing of labour market and migration related information among concerned institutions; and
Identify mechanisms to improve the collection and analysis of labour market and migration and integrate with existing national level labour market information system
How to apply
The International Labour Organization (ILO) would like to notify your company of a tender recently published on the United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM) available here:
ADDIS-RFQ2021/69 S to conduct Comprehensive assessment on the state of labour market and migration information system in Ethiopia and Djibouti**.**
Your proposal must be received by the ILO no later than 15 December 2021,17h00 EAT.
We look forward to your company’s participation.