It is important that individuals are not blamed for having to leave jobs and providing the best fit or skill set should be priority for the project. If employment is not sustainable, it may mean the project is off the mark. It may mean that job placements are not in desired areas, employees are mistreated or that self-employment and capital grants are insufficient. It may also mean that the survivor has many opportunities available to them. For this reason, it is important to ask about current employment.
Target Population is the group of people identified as in need of the targeted campaign. For example, if a particular part of a country experiences a high rate of human trafficking, is potentially vulnerable, or are trafficking survivors themselves. Note: Different language can be used such as vulnerable population, trafficking survivors, or at-risk group. However, the meaning should remain the same.
Livelihood Program is the activity that aims to reduce poverty and inequality by generating employment among poor households and by moving highly vulnerable households into sustainable livelihoods and toward economic stability. Livelihood programs can include skills development, skills upgradation, training, entrepreneurship skills development, product development and marketing, technology appropriation, and employment.
The Minimum Duration of Employment should not be less than 6 months. Consider assessing and comparing the data for 6-month as well as the 12-month period with the same persons. This employment should be with the assistance/support from the project and includes self-employment.
More information on the indicator: https://www.indikit.net/indicator/3794-proportion-of-jobs-retained