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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 documentPreface
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View the documentProgramme justification
View the documentProgramme Objective
View the documentContents
close this folderChapter 1: Capacity building at the national level
View the document1.1 Poverty reducing employment strategies for sub-Saharan Africa7
close this folderChapter 2: Technical assistance for the generation of employment and reduction of poverty
View the document2.1 Technical Assistance at the Regional Level
close this folder2.2 Technical Assistance at the National Level
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View the document2.2.1 Promoting social dialogue for training
close this folder2.2.2 Small and medium enterprise development
View the documenti. Local Economic Development and Employment creation through Micro and Small Enterprise Promotion
View the documentii. Access to Financial Services
View the documentiii. Support to the development of the Informal economy
View the document2.2.3 A poverty and employment monitoring action technical assistance programme
View the document2.2.4 Employment Intensive Infrastructure Programme (EIP)
View the document2.2.5 Policies and programmes to enhance women's employment
View the document2.2.6 Policies and programmes for job creation through rural development
View the document2.2.7 Job creation through cooperatives in Africa
close this folderAnnex
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close this folderPart 1: Context
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View the documentPromoting poverty-reducing employment on the basis of investment-led growth
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View the document2.1 Problem to be addressed: the present situation
View the document2.2 Expected end of project situation
View the document2.3 Target beneficiaries
View the document2.4 Reasons for assistance from UNDP
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View the document2.6 Coordination arrangements
close this folderPart 3: Project Strategies and Implementation Arrangements
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View the documentNational Strategy and Implementation Arrangements
View the documentRegional Programme Strategy and Implementation Arrangements
View the documentPart 4: Development Objective
close this folderPart 5: Immediate Objectives, Outputs and Activities
View the document5.1 Immediate Objective 1
View the document5.2 Immediate Objective 2
View the document5.3 Immediate Objective 3
View the document5.4 Immediate Objective 4
View the documentPart 6: Benchmarks for Success
View the documentPart 7: Inputs
View the documentPart 8: Risks
View the documentPart 9: Prior Obligations and Prerequisites
View the documentPart 10: Project Reviews, Reporting and Evaluation
View the documentPart 11: Legal Context
View the documentPart 12: Budgets
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
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· Geneva, Novembre 1997 ·


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