Finding sustainable solutions to challenges on the market can sometimes be very challenging. This section supports practitioners to implement better interventions leading to systemic change. Check out some of our experience in supporting the implementation of these interventions.


Focus value chain(s): 6 agriculture value chains Grape
Decent work objective: Youth employment in fragile settings, working conditions and productivity
Partner: Road to Jobs (SIDA-ILO)
Read: Road to Jobs Afghanistan 


Focus value chains(s): Wood and furniture sector
Decent work objective: SME productivity and working conditions
Partner: SCORE-Peru
Read: Action Research in Peru's Wood and Furniture Sector: Carving out a new approach for better jobs


Focus value chains(s): Soybeans, Aquaculture, Agro-culture input markets
Decent work objective: Youth Employment
Partner: Yapasa (SIDA-ILO)
Content: An account of the Yapasa projects adaptive journey to create youth employment in agriculture using the market systems approach
Read: Fail, recalibrate, adapt, achieve: how Yapasa used the market systems approach to create opportunities for Zambia's rural youth

Are you interested to learn more on implementation in market systems development projects?

Business models for decent work - executive summary    Business models for decent work - report
Market Facilitation Game    Market systems facilitation, how good are you? 
'Win win' must be more than a buzzword   The Science in Adaptive Management
Action Toolkit: Building Back with Better Jobs   Final Independent Evaluation of the ILO Lab, Phase II