Understanding value chains to drive job growth
One of the measurement methods being developed by Let's Work is the Jobs in Value Chains
Survey tool. The objective of the tool is to understand the dynamics within a chain and to be able
to measure the impact of specific investments and interventions on job creation.
Partnering to measure impacts of private sector projects on job creation
Through the Let’s Work Partnership, progress has been made in defining the measurement
agenda so that DFIs can improve accountability to stakeholders by not only measuring jobs
in a consistent and more robust way, but also along more nuanced dimensions:
number of jobs gained, the quality of those jobs, and who gets those jobs.
In Zambia, agribusiness creates potential for job growth
As part of the Let's Work Partnership, The World Bank Jobs Group’s Zambia team
recently met with government, private sector, development partners and civil society
representatives to share the work it has been doing on jobs diagnostics and
value chain analysis, and consult on the preparation of an action plan for
jobs based on these analytical pieces.
Let’s Work Aggregator Pilot in Mozambique Moves Ahead
Let’s Work is financing a pilot program on agriculture aggregator models.
The models combine individual smallholders into larger groups to meet the demands
of commercial markets and link them to businesses that can provide
capital, technical assistance, and technological packages.
How do we measure jobs? Interview with Alvaro Gonzalez
Jobs are key to ending poverty and development practitioners,
policymakers, academics, and business leaders agree
that measuring jobs is important.
Let’s Work Tunisia: Building Public Strategic Analysis Capabilities
The Let’s Work Tunisia Program hosts a series of
workshops on value chain development and analysis
Looking at urbanization through a jobs lens
Cities have always been the nexus of prosperity, job creation,
and poverty reduction.
Jobs: The fastest road out of poverty
For the first time in history, the proportion of people living
in extreme poverty has fallen below 10%.
Let’s Work Starts Work in Bangladesh
The Let’s Work Bangladesh Team launched its
Bangladesh Work Program in March, 2016.
The study evaluates how private
entrepreneurs can close the skills
gaps via targeted measures
implemented within the workforce,
suppliers, and local communities.
High Labour and Safety Standards
in the Bangladeshi Garment Industry