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2005

Implementation of the Expanded Public Works Programmes in the Limpopo Province, South Africa through the Limpopo Department of Public Works

Afrique du Sud

Titre : Implementation of the Expanded Public Works Programmes in the Limpopo Province, South Africa through the Limpopo Department of Public Works

Pays : Afrique du Sud

Identifiant : SAF/04/53/SAF

Date/Durée : Start date : February 15, 2005 End date : December 31, 2024

Résumé
The Expanded Public Works Programme is one of the flagship programmes of the Government which makes systematic use of public expenditure to boost productive employment and to develop marketable skills among the historically disadvantaged communities thereby contributing towards the national goal of alleviating poverty. The programme covers all spheres of government and opportunities for implementing the EPWP have been identified in the infrastructure, environmental, social and economic sectors. The project was designed by the ILO in collaboration with the Government of Limpopo Province to provide technical support the implementation of the Expanded Programme of Public Works Programme (EPWP), by the fielding of five experts who were later reduced to four in 2009 due to resignations. Overall, the project was designed to assist the Limpopo Provincial Government fulfill the goals and objectives of the EPWP in the creation of decent work opportunities for the unemployed that will contribute towards the government’s objective of poverty reduction, improved livelihoods of the target beneficiaries and skills development. The project is aimed at providing providing Technical Assistance (TA) and support to the Limpopo Department of Public Works (LDPW) that will facilitate the smooth implementation of the infrastructure component of EPWP using Employment Intensive (EI) methods in the province. In addition, the ILO agreed to provide direct support to a number of EPWP initiatives identified by the Limpopo Department of Public Works (LDPW)

Partenaire (s) : South Africa, National Department of Public Works

Total alloué : $ 17,332,652

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