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Labor Management Procedures Ethiopia COVID-19 Emergency Response (P173750) (English)

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  • Author

    Borrowing Agency

  • Document Date

    2021/06/29

  • Document Type

    Procedure and Checklist

  • Volume No

    1

  • Country

    Ethiopia,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/06/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Labor Management Procedures Ethiopia COVID-19 Emergency Response (P173750)

  • Keywords

    Environmental and Social Management Framework; terms and conditions of employment; Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia; reasonable limitation of working hours; pay in cash; Environmental and Social Impact Assessment; Annual Work Plan and Budget; Occupational health and safety; emergency response; Infection Prevention and Control; Environmental Health and Safety; community health and safety; health and safety requirement; contract terms and conditions; occupational safety and health; health care delivery system; Environmental and Social Safeguard; code of conduct; risk of exposure; health care facility; health care facilities; female health workers; grievance redress mechanism; access to vaccine; treatment of patient; human resource capacity; safe work environment; categories of worker; criteria for selection; health sector workers; personal protective equipment; Gender-Based Violence; sanctions for noncompliance; mental health facility; risk management system; medical waste management; person with disability; freedom of association; applicable national law; opportunity for woman; prevention of accident; public sector employment; payment in kind; number of workers; contract of employment; content of contract; national health policies; resources and capacity; compliance with law; termination of employment; cold chain equipment; social risk management; healthy working conditions; Grievance Redress Service; health care information; community workers; contract worker; sexual harassment; mitigation measure; Child Labour; child labor; Equal Opportunity; vehicle driver; working day; public health; sick leave; regulatory infrastructure; weekly rest; community engagement; Young Workers; risk communication; working practice; vaccination program; community volunteer; vulnerable worker; annual leave; medical supply; migrant worker; pastoralist region; trained worker; duty station; employment contract; employment agency; work rule; contingency fee; fair treatment; laboratory worker; legal provision; mental issues; national system; healthcare provider; referral service; legal protection; labour relation; acceptable standard; minimum wage; community interaction; rural worker; employment opportunities; employment opportunity; universal provision; adequate supply; community sensitization; national legislation; local culture; support organizations; awareness material; lost jobs; social isolation; school closure; traditional community; consultation process; stakeholder identification; healthcare worker; inappropriate treatment; exchange service; remote area; social mobilization; technical expert; initial screening; regulatory measure; climate hazard; emergency preparedness; case investigation; supply chain; Data Protection; personal data; analytical tool; case management; equitable access; response activity; information outreach; vaccination system; delivery capacity; vaccine storage; pandemic situation; other development; global pandemic; readiness assessment; paternity leave; national requirement; alcohol policy; recruitment policy; workplace policy; policy tool; job training; non-governmental organization; testing strategy; personal hygiene; labour dispute; transparent process; anonymous complaints; value chain; staff induction; immunization system; communication strategy; health response; development partner; pandemic response; regulatory approval; delivery time; applicable legislation; global market; female workers; job classification; federal law; employment injuries; cleaning activities; work force; regular payment; legal framework; civil works; monitor performance; maternity leave; safety procedure; overtime work; hazardous work; health infrastructure; first year; natural person; lessons learnt; internal process; positive outcome; appropriate authority; working age; employment injury; prevention of behaviors

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Citation

Borrowing Agency

Labor Management Procedures Ethiopia COVID-19 Emergency Response (P173750) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/164771625001048888/Labor-Management-Procedures-Ethiopia-COVID-19-Emergency-Response-P173750