Evaluation of the LMI

The objective of this component is to provide an evaluation of the programme. Within the government’s monitoring and evaluation framework, evaluation is an exercise that seeks to provide credible information to inform decision making by public staff and policy makers.

The objective of this component is to provide an evaluation of the programme. Within the government’s monitoring and evaluation framework, evaluation is an exercise that seeks to provide credible information to inform decision making by public staff and policy makers.

Research objective

The evaluation may assess relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of the programme, with a view to extracting lessons and determining what changes may be required to improve results of the programme. A critical component required to conduct the evaluation is the Theory of Change that describes the causal mechanism of how the activities of the programme will result in anticipated outcomes and impacts.

To this end, this component of the LMI will focus on the following:

  • Developing a log frame and theory of change for the LMI programme
  • An evaluation of the LMI programme
Overview

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Identification of skills needs and shortages for the short, medium, and long term

Occupational classifications and their Relationships to Qualifications

General labour market analysis

Identifying Skills for Sustainable Livelihoods in Local Communities

Rendering of PSET Monitoring and Reporting

Capacity Building on Labour Market Intelligence

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Visit the LMI repository to access programme outputs and products including research and technical reports, working papers and policy briefs, conceptual frameworks, booklets, and infographics and data visualisations.