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Skills recognition mechanisms for selected occupational profiles of migrant workers in Ethiopia, Kenya and South Africa

The ILO Country Office for Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan, and for the Special Representative to the AU and the ECA, through its “Better Regional Migration Management” project financed by the United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) carried out a feasibility study on skills recognition mechanisms for selected occupational profiles, namely, domestic work and welding. The analysis of the study focused on different economic contexts and labour migration governance mechanisms, namely the intra-regional migration corridor: Ethiopia-South Africa, and the free mobility within a regional economic community (IGAD), with emphasis on the Ethiopia-Kenya migration corridor.
Author(s): Andrew Paterson, Zahraa McDonald, Amarech Mekonnen, Hazel Mugo, Zaahedah Vally, Noxolo Xaba and James Keevy

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