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Country Pilots Work Begins: Mozambique

The Let’s Work team visited Maputo
December 2014 to initiate dialogue with
partners and other relevant stakeholders
about jobs work program in the country.

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Meeting the Skills Gap:
Lessons from the Private Sector

Let’s Work, in close collaboration with
the World Business Council
on Sustainable Development (WBCSD),
compiled a series of case studies

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Employment Effects of Investing in Power

The Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) aims to facilitate private sector investment in large-scale infrastructure projects in the poorest countries of the world.

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Partnership

At the launch of the Jobs Study, twenty-eight leading international finance institutions immediately pledged to work together to address the issue of job creation, and learn from each other’s experiences.

Let’s Work!

Working with key partners, the Let’s Work global partnership will help develop knowledge and practical approaches to the jobs agenda that would serve as a public good for the development community.

Vision 2016

The Let’s Work partnership will prioritize, at the country and sector level, private sector focused activities with respect to jobs and will advance and refine methods for how to estimate job effects in this area.

Private Sector

Job related events are the most important reasons for escaping or falling into poverty, particularly in developing countries. Creating more and better private sector jobs is therefore an integral part of ending poverty.

Partnership Matters

Let’s Work is about being bold, taking risks and creating innovative partnerships.

Let's-Work-Globe_homeThis is a defining moment: To use our resources to end the suffering of over a billion people living in extreme poverty. By helping to create more and better jobs, we can reduce poverty and boost prosperity. This is not only good for development, but also makes business sense — “to do well by doing good.”

We would like to thank the Netherlands, Switzerland (SECO) and the United Kingdom (DFID) for their support of the Let’s Work global partnership

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