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Refugee startups Partners
By helping others, we learn a lot!

Ludivine from France and Andrea from Germany committed as digital volunteers during the last months, supporting refugee entrepreneurs with one-to-one language lessons and dedicated webinars to improve their pitch presentations. It has been a truly enriching experience both for the people they support and them, because by helping others, we learn a lot.

Families Refugee startups Newborns Events
Three years of THSN

Discover more about THSN in this dialogue on the three-year anniversary of this movement of people helping people.

Refugee startups
Lots of entrepreneurs have had to reinvent themselves, and they’ve managed to do it

When lockdown started Noémie and her team needed to “invent” new ways to maintain the relationship with the families they help at the family center. They managed to do this creating a What’s App group, ensuring families are regularly contacted and keeping on with the routine as much as possible, including celebrating birthdays. Have a look at the full interview with Noemie, in charge of the Maison de Familles in Vaulx-en-Valin, one of The Human Safety Net Families partners in France.

Partners Refugee startups
Refugee entrepreneurs just keep going because they are used to difficult situations

Because they are used to fight against bad circumstances, entrepreneurs with a refugee background have an ability and the mindset to overcome the most adverse circumstances. Olaf, head of the Social Impact Lab in Munich and THSN partner for Refugee Start-Ups in Germany is optimistic. He thinks that it might take more time for refugee entrepreneurs to understand if their business works, but they will make it also through this challenge.

Partners Refugee startups
Our refugee entrepreneurs miss each other and our networking events

We talked to Stefanie, Project Manager at FITT gGmbh in Germany, who explained how COVID-19 outbreak had impacted their work. To continue supporting refugees to create their own business, FITT rapidly reorganized its activities online and provided help to all entrepreneurs. With the hope of being able to laugh together soon. Watch the video to learn more.

Partners Refugee startups
I have to market my project

A smart robot that runs along pipelines or refineries piping, detecting leaks, and eventually to repair them. This is Ahmad’s idea, one of the incubated projects of The Human Safety Net program for Refugees Start-ups in France with SINGA France.

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