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Good Governance through Labour Administration and Labour Inspection

2.1 ENABLING ENVIRONMENT

2.1.1 Global and regional strategies for livelihoods with attention to social inclusion

Recommendation:

a. Promote and facilitate South-South exchange on experience with programming on the IE among target countries as a means toward further capacity development. Use national examples at world and/or regional level to promote approaches to women’s entrepreneurship and gender). This should include the creation, support and sharing of national experiences on growing women’s entrepreneurship and gender equality with special attention to those who are dependent on the IE.

Evidence sample: Based on evidence, the evaluation suggested “further promotion of South- South exchange among the target countries as a means toward further capacity development.”

Reference: Jersild, Amy, 2014, Good Governance through Labour Administration and Labour Inspection – Final Evaluation, Meta-analysis of evaluations, ILO, Geneva, Covered countries: China, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Lebanon, Namibia, South Africa, Ukraine, Vietnam.

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2.1.7 Institution and capacity strengthening on IE
Recommendation: 

2. Ensure that projects include systematic approaches to clearly identify the desired capacity strengthening outputs and outcomes on the IE.

  • Assess the capacities and performance of cooperating partners at different levels.
  • Develop standard tools for capacity assessment of local partners based on past experience in the local context.

Reference: Jersild, Amy, 2014, Good Governance through Labour Administration and Labour Inspection – Final Evaluation, Meta-analysis of evaluations, ILO, Geneva, Covered countries: China, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Lebanon, Namibia, South Africa, Ukraine, Vietnam.

Sample evidence: the evaluation concluded that though the project involved significant efforts to build capacity and strengthen systems, there was not a systematic approach to identify outcomes of capacity building interventions. Systematic approaches are needed to identify the desired outcomes of capacity building interventions.

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2.1.7 Institution and capacity strengthening on IE
Recommendation: 

11. Impact assessments of IE related programming should determine what can be applied, what cannot be applied and why to improve future capacity strengthening efforts. Ensure that impact assessment findings are actively applied and not only remain in an impact assessment report.

Reference: Jersild, Amy, 2014, Good Governance through Labour Administration and Labour Inspection – Final Evaluation, Meta-analysis of evaluations, ILO, Geneva, Covered countries: China, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Lebanon, Namibia, South Africa, Ukraine, Vietnam.

Sample evidence: the evaluation found that 3 surveys used in Vietnam and Indonesia is a useful tool, which aimed to identify the relevance, the training held for participants and certain outcomes achieved. The evaluation recommends that such tracking be done systematically for all training immediately following training, but also to identify outcomes 3 to 6 months after training. Such tracking will enable more productive monitoring of activities implemented and progress made toward CPOs and the organizational outcome, as well as understanding of what is working effectively and what might be changed. The evaluation recommends inclusion of other questions that attempt to measure application of new learning and skills.

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