Results measurement

Monitoring and Results Measurement is a means for projects to learn from, adapt and improve implementation. However, understanding and measuring employment and systemic change can be tricky. The Lab has developed a number of tools, briefs and case studies to help practitioners in complexity-aware monitoring and results measurement. Have a look at our products on MRM.

Cambodia

Focus value chains(s): Rice
Decent work objective: Job creation, working conditions and smallholder incomes
Partner: International Finance Corporation
Read: Impacting jobs through increasing exports – Evidence from Cambodia’s Rice Sector

Jordan

Decent work objective: Youth employment / entrepreneurship and Gender Mainstreaming
Partner: Business Development Centre and Taqeem initiative
Read: Maharat Training for Employment in Jordan

Kenya

Focus value chains(s): Micro-distribution and retail
Decent work objective: Youth employment
Partner: Adam Smith International (DFID)
Read: Crafting – Towards a systemic approach to job creation for youth in Mombasa

Lebanon

Decent work objective: Youth entrepreneurship /employment and Gender mainstreaming
Partner: Berytech and Taqeem Initiative
Read: Fostering employment through business support to young entrepreneurs in Lebanon

Morocco

Decent work objective: Youth empowerment and Gender mainstreaming
Partner: Youth and Trade Initiative (International Trade Centre) and Taqeem initiative
Read: Trade Accelerator for Young Entrepreneurs in Morocco

Timor-Leste

Focus value chains(s): Horticulture
Decent work objective: Smallholder incomes
Partner: BOSS project (ILO-New Zealand Aid)
Read: The BOSS project in Timor-Leste – Thin markets, thick impact?

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