Getting women to work is not just about supporting human rights; it's about smart economics,' said Idah Pswarayi-Riddihough, the World Bank Country Director for Sri Lanka and the Maldives ... high-skill and management jobs, where men continue to dominate.
Getting women to work is not just about supporting human rights; it's about smart economics', said Pswarayi-Riddihough, the World Bank Country Director for Sri Lanka ... job search, hiring, and promotion keeps women from obtaining high-skill and.
It must be mentioned here that rising inflation was a main cause for the 1980 general strike, which resulted in over 40,000 public and private sector workers losing their jobs. Little wonder that the Central Bank of Sri Lanka started looking for a new.
Aug 25, 2017 (LBO) – The Asian Development Bank ... Sri Lanka Railways, and Sri Lanka Ports Authority. ADB will also support human capital development through secondary education, technical training, and higher education, building linkages with emerging.
A recently released World Bank report on female labour in Sri Lanka said, Sri Lanka has the 14th largest gender ... preparing female students in high skill and high paying jobs and to ensure gender equal labour laws and non-discriminatory workplace.
Expanding the middle class and improving the living standards by creating one million jobs are at the core of the policy. This report seeks to support the realization of that vision by analyzing Sri Lanka’s ... Asian Development Bank and the.
Sri ... in Sri Lanka, the official Global Times observed last week, "The airport in Hambantota had reportedly lost about $113 million as of the end of 2016. It will not be easy for India to bring the airport to life and then use it to create jobs and.
and provides jobs for about 2.2 million people, according to Sri Lanka’s Central Bank. Experts say migration itself is not necessarily negative – and could be an effective strategy in some cases to cope with changing conditions – but that many of.
A human-capital mismatch exists, where women at all levels of educational attainment find it increasingly difficult to secure high-skill and higher-paying jobs ... the World Bank, Getting to Work: Unlocking Women’s Potential in Sri Lanka’s Labor.
those resettling are grappling with few jobs, means to livelihood and often resort to heavy borrowing. A recent report of the central bank pointed to high levels of poverty in the Northern and Eastern provinces. Also, Sri Lanka is experiencing a drought.