ILO Spending by Result Area in 2022 (Core and Non-Core Expenditure and Encumbrances)

Total:   $ 8 792 085



The International Labour Organization (ILO) is the specialized United Nations agency responsible for the world of work. It is devoted to promoting social justice and internationally recognized human and labour rights, and to pursuing its founding mission that social justice is essential for universal and lasting peace. Its mandate is to promote decent work for all workers, regardless of where they work.

As a cosponsor of UNAIDS, ILO is the lead agency on HIV workplace policies and programmes, as well as private sector mobilization. The mandate of the ILO is to advance social and economic justice through setting international labour standards. With 187 Member States, 40 field offices, and staff in 107 nations, the ILO promotes decent work for all workers, regardless of where they work. A healthy workforce is essential for achieving SDG 8 (“promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all”). Promoting the health and safety of workers is thus an integral aspect of the ILO’s mandate. The ILO’s focus on HIV forms part its work to enable the health and well-being of workers.

The 2019 ILO strategy, ILO's response to HIV and AIDS: accelerating progress for 2030, embraces the twin-track approach of HIV-focussed efforts and integration of HIV in the broader development mandate. The strategy promotes HIV integration across areas such as social protection, labour standards, labour migration, gender equality, occupational safety and health, diversity and inclusion initiatives and ILO training courses, among others. The ILO's HIV and AIDS recommendation, 2010 (No 200) calls for HIV integration across national development policies and programmes, including those related to labour, education, social protection, poverty reduction strategies, income-generation strategies, social security systems, private insurance and other schemes, occupational safety and health structures and programmes, child labour and child trafficking and labour administration authorities.

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