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A) MAIN INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROGRAMME/PROJECT AND CONTACT DETAILS OF THE RESPONDENT

Title of the programme/projectThis field is required
Location(s) of the programme/projectThis field is required
Budget of the programme/project (in US$)
Name of respondent's organizationThis field is required
Respondent's nameThis field is required
Respondent's e-mail addressThis field is required
Website (if applicable)
Name(s) of partner organization(s) involved in the programme/project:

B) OPERATIONAL DETAILS OF THE PROGRAMME/PROJECT

Start Date
End date
If not yet finished, please indicate the expect date
Please describe the programme/project, including its stated objectives and a brief description of the employment issue(s) to which it responded (e.g. un/under-employment, hazardous working conditions) (maximum 100 words).
Please specify the agricultural sub-sector(s) in which the programme/project intervened (tick all that apply).
Crops
Fisheries
Aquaculture
Livestock
Horticulture
Forestry
Other
Please indicate the type(s) of employment-related support provided through the programme/project (tick all that apply).
Creating rural employment opportunities, particularly for women and/or youth
Supporting rural entrepreneurs, particularly women and/or youth
Improving access to vocational education and training programmes relevant to agriculture and rural work
Establishing/supporting productivity-enhancing social protection schemes in rural areas
Strengthening occupational safety and health measures for agricultural and rural workers
Promoting socially responsible agricultural production and investment
Supporting mechanisms to prevent and reduce child labour in agriculture
Enhancing compliance with core International Labour Standards and national labour legislation in rural areas
Enhancing women and youth’s access to representative organizations
Strengthening networks of producers’ and rural workers’ organizations, particularly in the informal rural economy
Other
Please indicate the intended beneficiaries of the programme/project’s employment-related support (tick all that apply).
Poor farmers
Micro, small & medium enterprises (MSMEs) and entrepreneurs
Family farmers
Poor rural workers
Vulnerable workers (e.g. casual, migrants)
Rural women
Youth (aged 15-24)*
Child labourers (aged <15)*
Elderly workers (65+)*
Other
Please indicate how the programme/project delivered its employment-related support (tick all that apply).
Technical support for farmers/rural workers (e.g. trainings)
Support for rural entrepreneurs’ access to productive resources (e.g. land, inputs)
Financial support (e.g. credit for rural entrepreneurs)
Capacity development of grassroots institutions (e.g. workers’ organizations, women and youth associations)
Advocacy/awareness-raising campaigns
Support for national legislative/regulatory reform
Support for government policy and/or programme design/implementation
Capacity development of relevant government institutions
Other
Please indicate whether/how the effects of the programme/project were assessed.
Not assessed
Monitoring system
Process evaluation (e.g. mid-term evaluation, final evaluation)
Impact evaluation (e.g. randomized evaluations, non- or quasi-experimental evaluations)
Other
If a different age bracket was used, please clarify
Please indicate the positive employment-related effects that were documented over the course of the programme/project.
Who were the direct beneficiaries?
How many of them benefited?
How did they benefit?
Did the programme/project include any measures that will ensure the sustainability of its employment-related effects and/or support? If so, please specify (maximum 50 words).