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close this bookJobs for Africa - Towards a Programme of Action - Report of the ILO/UNDP Programme on Employment Generation and Poverty Reduction (ILO - UNDP, 1997, 107 p.)
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View the documentPart 6: Benchmarks for Success
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View the documentAnnex I: Typical sequences of Project activities at National level
View the documentAnnex II: Schedule of Project
View the documentAnnex III: Job Descriptions Project Manager/CTA

Part 6: Benchmarks for Success

6.1 Establishment of at least eight (8) functioning National Networks in sub-Saharan Africa, advocating the implementation of investment-led poverty reducing employment strategies.

6.2 Production of Investment-led Poverty Reducing Employment (IPRE) reports in at least eight (8) of the project countries, which identifies the policy shifts needed for generating poverty reducing employment.

6.3 Evidence of a shift in national policies and strategies towards investment-led poverty reducing employment strategies in at least six (6) of the 10 project countries, as demonstrated from analysis of national investment programmes implemented after IPRE reports. Evidence of actual and potential employment generated.

6.4 At least 50-60 African experts fully trained in the design, and support to implementation of investment-led poverty reducing employment strategies.

6.5 Evidence of existence of regional networking mechanism between the regional project and national networks, and African regional and sub-regional institutions.

6.6 Pool of information (documents and computer-based) on best practices and successful experiences accumulated by the regional project, and evidence of same disseminated between regional network members and other African countries.

6.7 Regional institutions identified and trained in the accumulation and dissemination of information on best practices and successful experiences accumulated by the regional project.

6.8 Production of at least 75 per cent of anticipated project outputs.