A Case Study of the Sustainable Employment and Economic Development (SEED) Programme in Somalia
Donor Committee for Enterprise Development (DCED)
About the Publication
This case study is one of two that supplemented the DCED Practical Guidelines for Measuring Achievements in Private Sector Development in Conflict-Affected Environments (CAEs). It examines the Sustainable Employment and Economic Development (SEED) programme in Somalia, which explicitly aims to reduce conflict through employment promotion, and develop a conflict sensitive results measurement system. The case draws lessons from the SEED experience, structured around five of the eight elements of the DCED Standard: articulating the results chain, defining indicators, measuring changes in indicators, estimating attributable change, and managing the system for results measurement.