ILO-Japan Project for Bolstering Unemployment Insurance and Labour Market Policy Development in Myanmar (BUILD)

About this page

This page is managed by the ILO-Japan project for knowledge managements. The project aims at improving unemployment protection including unemployment benefits and active labour market policies in Myanmar. The listed activities and outputs are delivered in collaboration with the ILO-EC project. For more detail about the project, please have a look at About us.

Events and Meetings

19 Jan 2021 Internal peer-review: Policy design of unemployment benefits in Myanmar

29 Jan 2021 Kickoff meeting with Social Security Board

05 Aug 2021 Internal peer-review: Rules of employment termination and monies on separation in Myanmar

26 Oct 2021 Internal peer-review: Rules and trends on employment termination and dispute resolution in Myanmar

29 Aug 2022 Internal peer-review: Who pays for unemployment?


26 Nov 2021 Video: Understanding employment insurance and active labour market policy


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24 Mar 2022 Policy design for unemployment benefits in Myanmar: The Social Security Law, 2012, and Social Security Rules, 2014

24 Mar 2022 Employment Termination in Myanmar: Rules and Payment on Separation

TBC Rules and Trends on Employment Termination and Dispute Resolution in Myanmar

TBC Cost assessment for an unemployment insurance scheme in Myanmar

TBC Exploring policy options for an unemployment insurance system in Myanmar

TBC Institutional and administrative design of unemployment benefits in Myanmar


To be added

External links

Project page - ILO Liaison Office in Yangon

Results monitoring tool - Social Protection Platform


Ippei Tsuruga, Programme Manager -

Markus Ruck, Senior Technical Specialist on Social Protection -

Saw U Ler Moo, National Project Coordinator -

Simon Brimblecombe, Chief Technical Advisor and Head of Regional Actuarial Unit -

Thein Than Htay, National Project Coordinator -

Yin Mon Kyaw, Project Assistant -

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