Through rigorous impact research, this capacity development and learning grant project aims to understand “what works” in the promotion of gender mainstreaming, with the ultimate goal of reaching gender equality in rural employment outcomes across the region.
Taqeem provides technical assistance and training to partners with the objective of creating a critical mass of evaluation expertise in the MENA region.
Taqeem supports and conducts research to build evidence for effective design and implementation of policies and programmes targeting young people and women in rural areas.
Taqeem disseminates findings and recommendations from impact research to policy makers and practitioners who are using the evidence to improve programming and policy decisions. The objective is to ensure gender and rural mainstreaming in youth employment strategies.
Le Programme Emploi Jeune du BIT et l'AFD a organisé une formation à Paris le 25-26 juin pour renforcer les capacités de mesure des résultats sur l'emploi pour l’ensemble des interventions soutenues par l’AFD dans tous les secteurs
ILO100 YOUTH DEBATE, 13 June 2019, 14h-15h30
This YOUTH DEBATE brings together young leaders from across the globe to share their views about key elements that impact young peoples’ transitions to and within the labour market. The focus will be on decent work and productive employment from the perspective of: the school-to-work transition; technological change, including new forms of work and lifelong learning; and gender equality, rights and voices.
Project results (2015-2018)
01 February 2019
Evidence to improve youth and women’s rural employment in the Middle East and North Africa
International Training Centre of the ILO
The 2-week Youth Employment Academy, hosted by the ILO's Turin Centre, enhances the capacity of labour market practitioners to develop comprehensive strategies to tackle the multifaceted dimensions of the youth employment challenge.
Preview: Innovations for Decent Jobs for Youth
Guide on Measuring Decent Jobs for Youth: Monitoring, evaluation and learning in labour market programmes
02 May 2018
The Guide on Measuring Decent Jobs for Youth will be launched at the Innovations for Decent Jobs for Youth event on 2 May at the ILO in Geneva. The seven part volume is the first comprehensive guidance to evaluating, monitoring and learning in labour market programmes targeting young people.
Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth
The event provides a platform for governments, social partners, youth and civil society, private sector, foundations, UN entities and beyond to explore collaboration on innovations that work for decent jobs for youth under the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.