A technical session of the Ministry of Labour (...) on 'Domestic Work'

On April 21st 2022, the Ministry of Lqbour organised a technical session to draft the text of laws on domestic work and informal sector. In his speach, the Minister indicated that the above stated domestic law lays out principles that protect both domestic employees and employers. From today going forward, domestic workers will have regulatory texts that protect them and encourage employers or heads of households to be pay for insurance and social protection, for instance. Already, the Minister reminded that informal sector constitutes more than 90% of labour market in Burundi. Most importantly, there shall exist 'contracts' that establish liaibility between employers and employees. For more details, click here.

 

                             

 

YWLI BURUNDI Domestic workers' right

Project: “Advocacy for the implementation of the law adopted on 17th September 2020 revising the decree N°1/037 of 7 July 1993 revising the Labor Code of Burundi."

The 4th of December, 2021 meeting report

The 4th of December, 2021 meeting report

On 4th of December 2021, a meeting was held gathering staff members of YOWLI BURUNDI.

Projet AWDF/LFS

Nadine MISAGO, Project Coordinator/YOWLI BURUNDI talks about YOWLI BURUNDI achievements, especially the project funded by African Women Development Fund (AWDF) under the Grant AWDF/Lead for the South.

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