includes managing and procuring the performance of works, for example in the
construction and/or rehabilitation of sustainable infrastructure and utilities
like public buildings, roads, water and sanitary installations.
Other areas of
cooperation include the issuance and administration of personnel contracts to
project personnel, including consultants and experts, and/or associated
organizations will also cooperate on the sustainable procurement of services,
goods or equipment, as well as fund management, the provision of advisory
services, training, capacity building and management, and supervision,
oversight and evaluation services.
The MoU is
guided by the ILO’s international labour standards regarding freedom of association,
the prohibition of forced labour and child labour, equal remuneration for men
and women for work of equal value, and the equality of opportunity and
treatment in respect of employment and occupation without discrimination.
The MoU was
signed by ILO Director-General Guy Ryder and UNOPS Executive Director and
Under-Secretary-General Grete Faremo.