van Norel, J., Veldkamp, T, & Shayo, S. (2016). The Living Wage Eastern Africa project 2013-2016. Mid-Term Evaluation Final Report. The Coalition Factory

van Norel, J., Veldkamp, T, & Shayo, S. (2016). The Living Wage Eastern Africa project 2013-2016. Mid-Term Evaluation Final Report. The Coalition Factory

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ABSTRACT

The starting point of the Living Wage1 Eastern Africa project (LWEA) was the preceding project ‘Decent Work Checks Southern Africa’, implemented in South-Africa, Zambia and Mozambique in the period 2009-2011. The LWEA is a follow-up project financed by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and runs from 2013-2016. Enhancing food security in developing countries was one of the overarching policy aims of Dutch development cooperation in 2013. This position links up with United Nations policies. Their joint concern is prompted by the fear that the food crisis will be worsening over the coming decades. This combination of national and international priorities led the WageIndicator Foundation to design the LWEA project.
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