Status Report

This report displays the details of local employment activities and specifically the recruitment process, which corresponds to the period and local benefit level selected in the report filters.

  • Capacity building indicators section: the number of capacity building events held, number of people (by gender) achieving a pass in capacity building events, and the total cost of capacity building events held
  • Job offers indicators section: the number of jobs offered, number of people (by gender) who received contracts, and the total value of contracts received by the candidates (by gender)
  • Feedback section: the level of satisfaction indicated by stakeholders throughout the local employment activities, as a percentage
  • Spending progress section: this graph shows the cumulative value spent each month on capacity building events and employment contracts

 

Contracts distribution:

  • The 1st graph shows, by age group, gender and local benefit level, the distinct number of individuals who received contracts. This will indicate if the distribution of job offers was equitable in terms of age groups, local benefit levels and genders.
  • The 2nd graph shows the contract value, by age group, gender and local benefit level. This will indicate if the distribution of contracts (by value) was equitable in terms of age groups, local benefit levels and genders.
  • The 3rd graph shows the quintile distribution of contracts value to successful candidates. That is, each section of the graph represents the same number of successful candidates (20%) and shows how much contract value each of the five groups (quintile) received. Use this graph to determine if only a few individuals have received the majority of income from contracts or alternatively if there is a fair distribution. Eg, the graph may indicate that top 20% of candidates received 95% of the income generated from all contracts included in the local employment program; such an unequal distribution of monies may be the cause of grievances in certain communities.

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