From assessment to action: designing and implementing inclusive market-based solutions in forced displacement contexts
- Sept. 6, 2021 – Nov. 20, 2021
- Online (2nd segment in-person, tbc)
Training on designing and implementing market-based interventions in contexts of forced displacement.
The course is specifically designed for project and technical teams, donors, implementing partners and practitioners, will provide tailored and actionable support in the design and implementation of market-based interventions. It will also offer valuable insights into the ILO’s own role in market facilitation and the processes for scaling and monitoring interventions in ways that adhere to donor and partner expectations.
Organised by the ILO’s AIMS Team, the course will:
- propose a framework and practical tools for turning AIMS assessments into actionable interventions
- share detailed case studies of how other projects and practitioners have implemented market-based approaches in contexts of fragility and forced displacement
- provide a space for knowledge-sharing and exchanges between PROSPECTS project teams and partners
The course will be delivered in two parts:
- Part 1 is open to anyone interested in learning more about designing and implementing market-based interventions. It will include three sessions where participants will be introduced to tools, case studies, and best practices and will have the opportunity to exchange with and learn from other practitioners and guest speakers.
- Part 2 includes private workshop-style clinics reserved for project teams and their implementing partners within PROSPECTS. The clinics will serve to periodically take stock of and provide structured guidance and support to ongoing market-based interventions.
The deadline for enrolment is 5 September 2021