Developing M&E strategy (and baseline at outcome level) for the Employment Promotion and Labour Market Governance Programme and Green enterPRIZE Innovation and Development Programme in Zimbabwe: The International Labour Organization (ILO) Deadline: 24 January 2020
Introduction Employment Promotion and Labour Market Governance Programme: The International Labour Organization in cooperation with the Government of Zimbabwe, the Employer Confederation of Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions is implementing the Employment Promotion and Labour Market Governance Programme. The programme focuses on two objectives: firstly, employment promotion by supporting the formulation of a comprehensive national employment policy and mainstreaming employment targets into policies and programmes. The project is addressing the challenge of the growing informal economy, through building and sharing knowledge on the conceptual framework to better understand and account for informality and how to promote and create more and better jobs in Zimbabwe. The project is contributing to the development of evidence based, gender responsive and non-discriminatory legislation, policies and strategies for facilitating the transition to formality. Some pilot formalisation interventions are being rolled out as a way to demonstrate ‘’what-works’’. Secondly, the project is contributing to strengthening Social Dialogue Institutions through building the capacities of social partners to engage in bipartite and tripartite dialogue for a shared national socio-economic vision and better labour market governance. In this respect, the project is supporting labour law reforms and strengthening capacities for deepening the application of international labour standards in law and practice.
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