Quantitative techniques of impact evaluation: youth and women employment programmes. A step-by-step approach
2 - 6 October 2017
The course will expose participants to advanced skills for conducting impact evaluations of youth employment programmes. Upon completion, participants will have improved or updated their understanding of quantitative impact evaluation concepts and methods; will have reviewed and tested impact evaluation methods and techniques, such as randomized control trials; and will be in a position to identify the most pertinent types of impact evaluation, taking into account specific project constraints, institutional and national contexts, and budgetary, time and data constraints.
2 - 6 July 2017
As part of ILO’s partnership with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the IFAD financed project “Strengthening gender monitoring and evaluation in rural employment in the Near East and North Africa”, a Policy Forum and Executive Course on Evaluating Labour Market Programmes was offered between the 2nd and 6th of July 2017 in Amman, Jordan. The course was co-financed by the OECD Development Centre, the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, GIZ and the Economic Research Forum.
14 - 15 November 2016
The symposium brings together policy makers, academics and business leaders to the INSEAD Middle East Campus in Abu Dhabi to share and discuss the latest cutting edge evidence on entrepreneurship and decent jobs in the MENA region on November 14-15th, 2016.
12 July 2016
This workshop provided a platform to share findings from recently completed impact evaluations of youth employment programmes, focusing on public works, skills development and entrepreneurship.
Women Deliver Conference - Technical and vocational education: What works for young women? - 19 May 2016
19 May 2016
The ILO is organizing a side event – Technical and vocational education: What works for young women? – at the Women Deliver Conference in Copenhagen on Thursday, 19 May 2016, to discuss how technical and vocational education can make a difference to young women’s lives in emerging and developing countries.
Monitoring and impact evaluation of youth employment programmes: How to plan monitoring and evaluation strategy in project design
11 - 15 April 2016
The course objective was to improve participants’ to design rigorous monitoring and impact evaluation plans for youth employment programmes. It was aimed at officials of national, regional or local governments; project managers and chief technical advisers; officials of international and bilateral development agencies; social partners; members of the research community and NGOs.
6 - 8 April 2016