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Employment Generation

While the DOLE recognizes that the private sector is the primary engine of economic growth and that other government agencies that promote development through investments and infrastructure are the more significant employment generators, the DOLE still contributes in this area by providing bridging or transition opportunities, especially to the vulnerable sectors, to help them graduate into more productive, remunerative, secured or more formal employment or livelihood.

Major Programs:

  1. Research and Policy Advocacy for Employment Generation
  2. Capacity Building for Specific Sectors
  3. Promotion of Rural and Emergency Employment
The agencies that contribute to this strategy are the:

  • Institute for Labor Studies (ILS),
  • Bureau of Local Employment (BLE),
  • Bureau of Rural Workers (BRW), and
  • Workers Amelioration and Welfare Divisions (WAWD) of our regional offices
Key Projects/Activities:

  • Employment Policy Review, Development and Advocacy (ILS, Bureau)
  • Employment Planning (BLE, ROs)
  • Kasanayan at Hanapbuhay (KasH) (BLE, TESDA, ROs)
  • Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES) (BLE, ROs)
  • Work Appreciation Program (BLE, ROs)
  • Tulong Alalay sa Taong May Kapansanan (BLE, ROs)
  • Emergency Employment for OSY/OWY in Metro Manila (BLE, NCR)
  • Poverty-Free Zones (Aksyon ng Sambayanan Laban sa Kahirapan) (BRW, ROs)
  • Promotion of Rural Employment Through Self-employment and Entrepreneurship Development (PRESEED) (BRW, ROs)
  • Self-Reliant Organizations for CARP (BRW, ROs)
  • Prevention of Job Loss and Assistance to Displaced Workers (ROs)
  • QRT
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