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At the same time, ATE benefits by developing negotiation and arbitration skills and training packages for courses in human resources management, occupational health and safety (OHS), HIV/AIDS, corporate social responsibility and labour laws for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Reaching out through zonal officesCOWI also helps ATE expand its geographical coverage and improve its infrastructure by establishing zonal offices in three cities and developing business plans for these.
Another assignment is to enhance the ATE's capacity to represent and advocate members' interests. This is done by completing sector studies on trends in salaries, productivity, skills, corporate social responsibility and OHS.
COWI also assesses the profitability of enhancing the advocacy and negotiation capacity of ATE staff and representatives at different levels, including sector wage boards, the Commission for Mediation and Arbitration (CMA), and the Labour Economic and Social Council (LESCO).
Awareness and international cooperationFinally, the project focuses on international cooperation as well as cooperation with the trade union organisation (TUCTA). This includes analyses of public pension fund management based on international experiences and ATE-promoted fora dealing with OHS and HIV/AIDS.
Improving awareness among employers on labour-related issues is another outcome of the project.
Peter MadsenChief SpecialistTel.: +45 56 40 26 firstname.lastname@example.org
CustomerDanidaCountry TanzaniaSectorPrivate sector developmentServicesCapacity building, project management, private sector organisationPeriod2008-2013
Organisational development and social studies
Evaluation and impact assessment