Policy influence for youth employment

Taqeem disseminates findings and recommendations from impact research to policy makers and practitioners in order to facilitate the adoption of lessons learned for future programming and policy decisions. This work is conducted through evidence symposiums, policy labs and policy briefs.

Research and evidence are the headlights for policy makers. They tell them where to go, where to optimize and where to leverage knowledge to make their interventions and programmes more effective

Human Resources Development Fund, Saudi Arabia

Evidence symposiums and policy labs

  1. Egyptian Policy Lab

    Amman, 30 April 2015

    Platform to collaborate on strengthening evidence-based policies in the field of youth employment in Egypt

  2. Egyptian Forum for Youth Employment Promotion

    Cairo, 23 April 2015

    Workshop on monitoring and evaluation with Egyptian government representatives to improve youth employment projects

  3. Evidence Symposium

    Doha, 6 - 8 March 2014

    Symposium to present and discuss the evidence base for “what works” in increasing the employment and productivity of youth

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Briefs and reports

  1. Final report: Egyptian Policy Lab

    This report summarizes the discussions and conclusions of the Egyptian Policy Lab on Youth Employment that was held on 30 April 2015 in Amman, Jordan.

  2. Evidence symposium 2014

    This report in English and Arabic synthesizes the findings from impact evaluations presented during the Doha Evidence Symposium.

  3. EFE's "Finding a Job is a Job" programme

    This case study presents the results of Taqeem's technical assistance to reform Education for Employment's M&E system.

  4. MEDA Maroc's "100 hours to success programme"

    This brief provides provides information about the background and findings of the impact evaluation supported by the Taqeem initiative.

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