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Jobs Umbrella Multidonor Trust Fund : Annual Report 2019-2020 (English)

The Jobs Umbrella Multidonor Trust Fund (MDTF) is a financing instrument that supports the World Bank Group`s (WBG) jobs strategy to contribute to the twin goals of reducing poverty and ensuring inclusive growth in the world`s poorest countries. Jobs MDTF has two objectives: (a) design and implementation of jobs strategies for WBG client countries and (b) advancement of global knowledge on effective policies and activities for sustainable jobs, especially for the most vulnerable groups. The MDTF is administered by the Jobs Group, a cross cutting unit seated in the Social Protection and Jobs (SPJ) Global Practice (GP) and governed by the WBG-wide Jobs Steering Committee This annual report details the results and activities of the MDTF, with operational and financial reporting from December 2018 to December 2019.

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  • Author

    Walker,David Ian, Saliola,Federica, Tokle,Siv Elin, Divanbeigi,Raian, Parikh,Vismay Bharat, Bernedo,Patricia M.

  • Document Date

    2020/08/05

  • Document Type

    Annual Report

  • Report Number

    151469

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/08/05

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Jobs Umbrella Multidonor Trust Fund : Annual Report 2019-2020

  • Keywords

    Technical and Vocational Education; Household Income and Expenditure Survey; youth employment; knowledge and learning; Fragility, Conflict, and Violence; small and medium enterprise; active labor market program; new market; passive labor market program; cross-cutting themes; female labor force participation; School of Public Health; flow of knowledge; global public good; private sector job; labor force data; global knowledge base; labor market indicator; access to finance; private sector actors; process of development; movement of worker; local labor market; level of employment; effect on employment; share of work; civil society actor; city policy maker; changes in outcomes; labor market analysis; access to job; community of practice; prosperity and growth; public sector institution; theory of change; living standard measurement; wage subsidy intervention; share of employment; least developed country; urban slum upgrading; jobs strategies; core course; Job Creation; value chain; digital development; development partner; best practice; young people; fund activity; knowledge product; learning community; consultative process; Learning and Innovation Credit; jobs diagnostic; labor supply; technical standard; employment generation; economic forecasting; green jobs; public policy; data bank; knowledge work; collaborative work; technology adoption; skill development; data portal; portfolio review; hands-on training; labor mobility; Employment Policies; employment policy; Vocational Training; operational portfolio; employment outcome; national budget; literature review; new job; learning platform; strategic framework; fund balance; rice mill; vulnerable group; effective policies; knowledge creation; external partner; policy question; social media; Global Indicator; raise awareness; wage work; results framework; job growth; broadband internet; international partners; low-skilled worker; draft policy; digital economy; other development; Cash Transfer; relevant market; online platform; demand-side interventions; online consultations; low-productivity agriculture; evidence-based policy; survey instrument; national stakeholder; formal sector; think tank; Informal Jobs; financial system; continued employment; job placement; target beneficiary; broadband technology; open source; quantitative analysis; strategic partnerships; good information; hiring decisions; signed agreements; worker productivity; multilateral donor; quality measure; high employment; high wage; paying job; productive work; private initiative; government body; technological change; wage distribution; regional variation; media coverage; project lending; private company; effective partnerships; organizational support; sector work; regional forum; important policy; course evaluation; course objectives; extension service; causal effect; new idea; working capital; bilateral agency; marketing principle; extensive consultation; course participant; knowledge dissemination; subject matter; private investment; income growth; foreign affair; financial constraint; finance activity; time sery; geographical location; demographic change; family size; dependency ratio; graphic design; Schedule event; comparable indicator; disadvantaged population; financial reporting; curriculum design; labor institutions; labor policy; Labor Policies; urban development; Business Regulation; donor agencies; electronic version; Job Quality; inclusive growth; print version; research focus; operational perspective; global experience; learning opportunity; diagnostic method; peer feedback; other sectors; secondary city; employment structure; diagnostic approach; portfolio analysis; human capital; National Institutions; building resource; Social Protection; technical expert; national training; competitiveness council; Workforce Development; disruptive technology; digital opportunity; Capital Investments; urban wage; demand constraints; electronic link; knowledge gap; employment effect

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Walker,David Ian Saliola,Federica Tokle,Siv Elin Divanbeigi,Raian Parikh,Vismay Bharat Bernedo,Patricia M.

Jobs Umbrella Multidonor Trust Fund : Annual Report 2019-2020 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/924891596641466361/Jobs-Umbrella-Multidonor-Trust-Fund-Annual-Report-2019-2020