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A “Green” Value Chain Development Exercise in Jabalpur, India

— theme: Sustainable Enterprise/Value chain development
— country: India

In support of the initiative, the ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, in collaboration with Sub-regional and Country Offices, has initiated demonstration programmes which aim to “contribute to identification and testing of pathways to clean development through the creation of green jobs which reconcile goals for poverty reduction with low greenhouse gas emissions.” In India the first step in the exercise has been the pilot application of a sectoral assessment methodology. The assessment of three high potential clusters, including Jabalpur dairy cluster resulted in identification of high priority interventions that support the green jobs and decent work agenda. A key aspect of the implementation of such interventions is the provision of feedback to the assessment methodology, thus contributing to its further strengthening and refining with a view to the scaling up and replication of the approach.

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