This series of briefs provides practical insights into refugee-inclusive business models and recommendations on how to bring them to scale. The full series is intended to mobilise more business action and strengthen the foundation for partnerships to improve refugees’ wellbeing, education, and economic inclusion so refugees can thrive, not just survive. The hope is that this series will offer tangible, practical ways to realize a shared responsibility approach that views business as more than a source of funding but rather as a key partner in the development of sustainable solutions. It is a product of the Business Fights Poverty Business and Refugees Challenge supported by Pearson and in partnership with Mercy Corps, UNHCR, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Business Call to Action, and Innovest Advisory.
A Four-Part Series of Briefs on Practical Refugee-Inclusive Business Models and Key Enablers to Scale
Introduction: Resilience through Refugee-Inclusive Business - Emerging Models and Enablers of Scale
Model 1: Digital Education for Integration and Improved Learning Outcomes for Refugee Children
Model 2: Buying from Refugee-Owned and Inclusive Enterprises
Model 3: Safe and Sustainable Off-Grid Energy Solutions