- published: 03 Jun 2011
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The short film documented the ILO's programme to assist affected people in Aceh to find work by delivering skills training, opening employment centre, involving people in reconstruction and rehabilitation works, improving the capacity of local organizations in employment related matters and so forth. Due to the tsunami, the unemployment Aceh had jumped from 6.8 per cent to more than 30 per cent. The film was already broadcasted by a national TV station (only available in Bahasa Indonesia).
Film pendek ini mendokumentasikan program-program ILO untuk membantu mereka yang terkena dampak tsunami Aceh mendapatkan pekerjaan. Program-program ini termasuk pemberian pelatihan keterampilan, pembukaan pusat ketenagakerjaan, melibatkan masyarakat dalam pekerjaan rekonstruksi dan rehabilitasi, meningkatkan kapasitas organisasi lokal dalam masalah terkait ketenagakerjaan. Setelah tsunami, pengangguran di Aceh meningkat tajam dari 6,8 persen ke lebih dari 30 persen. (Film ini hanya tersedia dalam Bahasa Indonesia). This short film documents the ILO's programme to assist people who were affected by the 2004 tsunami in Aceh to find work. The programme includes delivering skills training, helping to open employment centres, involving people in reconstruction and rehabilitation works, and im...
The development of a plantation has provided the local community with a significant amount of job openings for both men and women. Hundreds of residents are currently employed and has led to an improvement in general welfare and prosperity.
After the 2004 tsunami destroyed the aquaculture industry in Aceh, Indonesia, an area famous for shrimp, small-scale farmers struggled to rebuild their businesses. Now, as part of the IDH-funded Sustaining Shrimp Farming in Aceh project, WorldFish and partners are working with the Aceh Aquaculture Cooperative, formed in 2013, to establish a sustainable business model for the farming of black tiger shrimp, a premium product in foreign markets. The project provided training and support to farmers, helping them to increase their yield, access credit to buy feeds and fertilizer, and connect with buyers in Singapore.
We provide employment for almost 183,000 people in Indonesia; 50,000 direct employees, 67,000 smallholders and 66,000 casual workers, most of whom live and work in the rural communities where our palm oil plantations and production facilities are located. We want to play a part in making the communities where we work stronger. We partner with local community groups, charities and enterprises to provide job opportunities, financial counseling, housing, schools, clinics, and other essential community services that enables individuals and families to thrive in the long run.
The ILO with the support from the Multi Donor Fund (MDF) has made a major contribution in rehabilitating and building roads and bridges while simultaneously creating job opportunities in Aceh and Nias after the tsunami and earthquakes of 2004. The film is mostly in Bahasa Indonesia with English subtitles.
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