Monitoring and Evaluating Employment and Vocational Training Programs
Mar 17, 2016 / Highlight
The World Bank, the French Development Agency and the Center for Mediterranean Integration organized a regional knowledge sharing and capacity building workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of employment and Technical and Vocational Training (TVET) programs.
The workshop, which was officially launched by the Moroccan Minister of...
Article atelier S&E formation emploi
OFPPT-Form-Pro—Maroc Country: Morocco
Article le matin, S. Bencherki/Le Matin
Atelier regional Le Matin
Article laquotidienne LaQuotidienne newsletter
MFPE-Forsati—Tunisie Country: Tunisia
TVET-Fund—Jordan Country; Jordan
Roles and Responsibilities in M&E
Chaîne de résultats - Margolis
Questionnaire Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop
Jeunesse-Sport--Micro-Ent—Maroc Country: Morocco
Concept note M&E Workshop
Evaluation d'impact – Arcand
Despite High Education Levels, Arab Women Still Don’t Have Jobs
Mar 15, 2016 / Blog entry
Thirteen of the 15 countries with the lowest rates of women participating in their labor force are in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), according to the 2015 Global Gender Gap Report (2015). Yemen has the lowest rate of working women of all, followed by Syria, Jordan, Iran, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Lebanon, Egypt, Oman, Tunisia,...
Working Women in MENA
Mar 15, 2016 / Library
Thirteen of the 15 countries with the lowest rates of women participating in their labor force are in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), according to the 2015 Global Gender Gap Report (2015).
Why Countries in Middle East and North Africa Should Invest in Youth Volunteering
Mar 09, 2016 / Blog entry
Countries with large percentages of youth who have limited opportunities for social participation are likely to face significant social tensions. It is the result of young people becoming frustrated at their inability to positively affect their own lives or that of society at large. Volunteerism can help to address this challenge. First,...
The State of Women’s Rights in the Arab World
Mar 09, 2016 / Blog entry
The good news is that when it comes to reforms that add to women's economic opportunities and reduce the number of laws restricting their roles, countries around the world are making improvements every year. According to the latest World Bank Women Business and the Law Report 2016, in the past two years, some 65 economies have passed 94 reforms...
How to Open the Doors for more Women to Work in Jordan
Mar 08, 2016 / Blog entry
This blog was produced in collaboration with Raseef22 and World Bank MENA blog.
Jordan is at the bottom of the list when it comes to women’s economic participation, even among Arab countries, ranking 139 out of 142 countries. Gender activists say Jordan’s legislation, unfriendly work practices, and local customs are the reasons for this low...
Why MENA Needs a New Social Contract