Skills for Prosperity (S4P) VFM Reviews & Capacity Building

Multi-country

The Project

The Skills for Prosperity programme is a global programme funded by UK FCDO. The programme operates across nine countries (Brazil, Mexico, Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines). The programme works to increase capacity for inclusive economic growth due to increases in labour productivity, which contributes to poverty reduction. The expected outcomes of the programme are improved skill levels, employment rates and productivity of beneficiaries (TVET students or youth between the ages of 16 and 25), particularly for the priority target groups of women, low-income youth and people with disabilities. The Skills for Prosperity Programme has a focus on working with disadvantaged and marginalised groups, often in geographies with widespread poverty.

LAMP Development provides technical support to the S4P Hub on value for money. The S4P Hub conducts technical advisory services and programme management services to the nine country Programme Managers, and sometimes also to the Delivery Partners. LAMP is developing the capacity of the country programmes on VFM and also conducts the VFM reviews.

Highlights

  • Capacity building on value for money across 10 country programmes
  • Development of reporting frameworks to provide portfolio level analysis

Client Testimonial

LAMP were adaptive and flexible in the way they approached the study: responding to the needs of the programme and providing tailored and useful insights that could informed the future of the work

- M&E Adviser, Mamaye

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