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    • Titel: Powerpoint MustervorlageFederal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFASwiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDCCommon OutcomeIndicators in VSDpresentation of the draft workingaid on COIFocal Point Employment and IncomeSimon JunkerThun, 15.5.2013
    • 2What is it?•  a working aid on common outcomeindicators in VSD with the aim to:•  support COOF and project implementers intheir programme management and reporting•  strengthen result orientation across SDC•  promote learning across SDC•  enable SDC to better report outcome internally(divisions, management) and externally(parliament, taxpayers)•  Foster alignment and harmonization
    • 3Why did we develop a COI workingaid?•  bottom up idea developed at the F2F 2011•  good example from PSD community (DCEDstandard)•  similar endeavours within SECO and otherorganisations and themes•  improved public reporting on education ingeneral using COI•  Top down support•  COI is a top management request in theaftermath of the VSD portfolio evaluation2010/2011•  results frameworks and annual reporting
    • 4How did we develop the workingaid on COI?•  Bottom up and participatory developmentprocess since F2F 2011•  moderated group discussion and working insub-groups•  testing in spring 2013 by Employment FundNepal•  strengths and weaknesses of the process
    • 5Who participated?Tanya Abdallah (SDC Gaza and Westbank)Ismaïla Alhassane Maiga (SDC Mali)Rudolf Batliner (Centre for Postgraduates Course forDeveloping Countries NADEL, ETH Zurich)Bilguun Ganbat (SDC Mongolia)Dominique Hempel-Rodas (SDC division knowledge andlearning processes)Simon Junker (SDC Focal Point Emplyoment and Income)Franz Kehl (KEK-CDC Consultants)Valérie Liechti (SDC Focal Point Education)Arjeta Lleshi (SDC Kosovo)Siroco Messerli (Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation)Silvana Mjeda (SDC Albania)Ralph Rothe (Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation)Sibylle Schmutz (Swisscontact)Katharina Walker (KEK-CDC Consultants)
    • The four COI6GainfulEmploymentSystemicChangeRelevance ofTrainingOutreach/Scale
    • 7Constitution of the working aid•  For each COI:• Definitions and delimitations• Operationalization of the COI• Hints and tips on monitoring and data collection• Application examples and M&E tools•  Comprises two elements:• Guide• COI grid (excel based-programme managementtool)
    • 8Definition: Gainful employment is defined as the sustained self- orwage employment of the participants of VSD and/ or employment-promotion programmes.Common Indicators:•  No. of participants in employment•  No. of participants earning a net additional cash and/or in kindincome above a pre-defined and widely accepted national orregional minimum level/threshold•  Return on investment: average numbers of months theparticipants have to be gainfully employed to generate the initialinvestment by the programme into their empowerment/ training.GainfulEmployment
    • 9Definition: change of the TVET- and/or labour market systemmeasured by the contribution of the project or programme toselected areas of intervention and assessed by estimations ofpersons and organisations involved in the programme.Common Indicators:Assessment of the contribution of the project or programme to thefollowing areas of intervention (only a selection is shown!):•  Legal framework•  Capacity development of Ministries, public administrations•  Decentralisation, centralisation and structural reform•  Cooperation with the private sector•  National qualification frameworkSystemicChange
    • 10Relevance ofTrainingDefinition: Relevance of training is defined as the extent to whichthe training has taught the competencies, skills and attitudes whichare demanded by the labour market.Common Indicators:•  Students pass exams (graduation, in % of trained people)•  Applicability and relevance of the competencies, skills andattitudes learned in their job from the graduates’ perspective•  Skills, competencies and attitudes of the graduates areassessed as adequate and relevant by the employers orcustomers (for self-employed) respectively
    • 11Outreach/ScaleDefinition:Outreach/Scale is defined•  number of the target group (trainees, trainers, institutions)reached by a project or programme compared to the total targetgroup on regional and on national level (output level)•  extent to which replication and scaling-up take place (outcomelevel).Common Indicators:•  Students pass exams (graduation, in % of trained people)•  Applicability and relevance of the competencies, skills andattitudes learned in their job from the graduates’ perspective•  Skills, competencies and attitudes of the graduates areassessed as adequate and relevant by the employers orcustomers (for self-employed) respectively
    • 12Status and how we will go on•  working aid: invitation to be used andimprove your M&E system but no officialguideline so far•  Alignment is very important!•  COI are currently applied for SDCs impactmonitoring regarding the “Botschaft2013-2016”•  Finalisation of the instrument by the end ofthis year. No further testing foreseen.