What Has Worked in Youth Employment in Nigeria
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  • 1. WHAT HAS WORKED IN YOUTH EMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA: CSWYE PROJECT OF SURE-P AS A CASE STUDY PRESENTED BY DR. M. E. NWORDU, PROJECT DIRECTOR, CSWYE PROJECT OF SURE- P, FEDERAL MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND PRODUCTIVITY
  • 2. COMMUNITY SERVICES, WOMEN AND YOUTHS EMPLOYMENT (CSWYE) PROJECT OF SURE-P 1.0 Introduction  A quick-win employment generation intervention by the federal government.  Initiated to cushion the impact of partial removal of subsidy, from petroleum and related products, on the masses.  Targets unskilled and unemployed women (18 to 50 years old); youths and other vulnerable persons (18 to 35 years old);  Annual target of 185,000 beneficiaries.  Community-based  Demand driven  Home grown
  • 3. 2.0 Guiding Principles  Pro-poor : Majority found in rural communities  Sensitive to socio-cultural environment  Beneficiary value reorientation prior to deployment  Participatory: Community ownership encouraged  Equity in spread: Across States, LGAs, communities, gender (30%) and vulnerability (20%),  Environment Friendly: 90% service types are pro-environment  Integrated identification, Communication and payment system  Transparency and probity: Proper documentation and Information sharing through appropriate media,  Seamless Payment system: No cash payment (e-transfer)  Result-oriented : Time-sheet based, No work no pay  Phased roll – out: Pilot and Ramp-up phases  Coordinated institutional structure: Federal, State, LGAs, and Wards  Regular M&E: State, Federal, independent bodies  Regular reporting and record keeping  Integrated beneficiary exit strategy
  • 4. 3.0 Key RESULTS  35 states and the FCT are benefitting (97%) Bayelsa state about to deploy,  106 out of 111 Senatorial districts are participating (95.5%),  764 out of 774 LGAs are participating (98.7%)  8174 out of 9322 Wards are participating (87.7%),  10,707 communities are benefitting,  5,761 services being delivered,  116,170 beneficiaries (62.8%) (74,145 males, and 42,025 females) with 5,432 disabled
  • 5. 4.0 WHAT HAS WORKED PARAMETER STRATEGY Targeting mechanism (services and beneficiaries) Community needs based and community led, Closeness to project location; Inclusiveness State, Senatorial districts, LGAs, Wards, and Communities; 30% female (18-50 years) and 20% vulnerable group; 18 – 35 years Stipend Determinant Time-sheet based Stipend Payment Process Individual bank accounts and electronic payment system, integrated identification, communication and payment system. Decentralized banking system. Record keeping system Computerized, bottom-top channel Performance measurement M & E Tools, independent system, decentralized web based information management system Institutional Coordination Establishment of IMCC (MDAs), FPIU, SCIC SPIU and LGA and Ward Coordinators. Defined roles and responsibilities Beneficiary Exit Integrated into other SURE-P Activities e.g Vocational Skills, Railways, FERMA, etc.
  • 6. 5. CONCLUSION: Continuous Learning Process  Project systems are dynamic.  Useful input from beneficiaries and stakeholders.  Findings from M&E exercises.  Exchange of ideas with operators of similar and successful projects (national and international).  Changes in overall socio-economic environment.  Changes in demand systems.
  • 7. THANK YOU.