Economic inclusion through autonomy

We find bridges between seemingly disparate concepts, tools and stakeholders, and connect them in a way that benefits humanity.

What we do

We enable better livelihoods for people affected by the war in Ukraine through work and skilling opportunities remote and abroad.

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We gathered all the resources available for people fleeing Ukraine, remaining in Ukraine, displaced into a neighbouring country, or relocating to countries around the world.

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We are building new initiatives to support vulnerable persons gain financial independence. Coming soon: people with disabilities.

 

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How

Our economic inclusion pillars are based on connecting vulnerable population to:

Fair and ethical
employment
Adapted learning
and development
opportunities
Appropriate
entrepreneurship
opportunities
Relevant information
and guidance

In numbers

6999

refugees supported

2497

jobs in 50 countries, 250 cities

2500

interactions between candidates and employers

Our approach

1

We find connections between seemingly disparate stakeholders, people, resources, and phenomena.

2

We use technology to power our mission, with attention to its deployment in the context of vulnerable populations.

3

We also deploy technology consciously in most of our operations, including automation of manual work through software robots, to ensure limited operational burden and increased agility.

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Our Partners