Indonesia’s most vulnerable population, particularly women, youth, refugees, migrant workers, people living with HIV, key populations most vulnerable to HIV and people living in disadvantaged regions, are empowered and have recovered from the adverse socio-economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis and benefited from an inclusive labour market.
This will have been achieved on account of the Theory of Change:
Then, the empowerment and recovery capacity of women and vulnerable groups with respect to their economic activities and potential, and the gradual change towards gender equality and inclusivity at the workplace and work opportunities, will occur because the necessary capacities and conditions for the building of an inclusive labour market post COVID-19 pandemic are in place.
Gender equality/women’s empowerment is the principal objective of this project as presented in the Theory of Change. SDG 5 is a main goal of the project. The proposed interventions are backed by gender analyses. Over 80% of the project beneficiaries are women. Partner institutions specialize in GEEW/G. If the proposal were selected, the agency group would develop a result framework featuring gender indicators.
Hence, the project merits the gender equality marker code 3.
The project will generate outputs and outcomes in three broad categories: (a) entrepreneurship and business development support; (b) training for jobs; and (c) gender equality and an inclusive labour market. The intended results of the project initiatives, programming approaches and methods of generating intended results are explained below.
The project will also promote good practices in the recruitment, training, retention and promotion of women among companies. It will apply a strong gender lens to amplify the principal objective of women’s empowerment, paying special attention to the intersectional vulnerabilities of marginalized groups, including refugee and host community women, sexually and gender diverse people, and people living with HIV, as well as other key populations vulnerable to HIV; it will support their equal participation in the labour market in Indonesia.Previous Page