We create jobs that can withstand upheaval, violence, or quarantine.
Digital jobs that can be done anywhere. Businesses that can flourish from a refugee’s tent. Because when people have the jobs they need, the risk of violence fades.
The more families earn, the harder it is for violence to spread. Small businesses help whole communities bounce back from war. They can even stop the next war from happening—by strengthening households, giving young men another choice besides fighting, and giving everyone hope for the future.
Our tech hubs equip people to work from anywhere—whether trapped at home by a virus or forced to flee because of war. We’ve started thousands of refugee-owned businesses, so they can work right where they are, using skills they already have: making soap, knitting, and more.
Each new job, each new business, has a ripple effect—transforming an entire community.
Refugees and war-torn families have what they need to flourish. They are more than just victims. They are resilient and resourceful. We help them start new businesses so they don’t have to flee, and so they don’t have to rely on handouts.
167 new businesses launched in Iraq
250 farming jobs created in Syria
820 young people given tech skills to work online
29 Israeli and Palestinian women provided job education