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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Employment and training

Date outcomes contract signed: Mar 2019

Start date of service provision: Sep 2018

Capital raised (minimum): 0 (USD 0)

Service users: 900 individuals


The intervention seeks to provide professional assistance to disadvantaged youth, particularly those who lack mobility and access to professional opportunities due to their location. The provider travels to underserved regions with a vehicle, which offers multiple services, including a welcoming area in which volunteers discuss the beneficiaries' professional goals, provide interview training, and give career advice; a changing room and wardrobe stocked with formal suits and dresses to be used for interviewing purposes by the beneficiaries; and lastly, a professional photography studio to take portraits and CV pictures for beneficiaries.

Target population

Youth aged 16 - 25 years old who are on social welfare ( including jobseekers enrolled at Pôle Emploi and beneficiaries of the RSA), struggling to find a job, or in unstable employment positions, who are isolated from the job market.



  • France

Service delivery locations

  • Ile-de-France (Ile-Saint-Denis and Val d'Oise), France

Outcome metrics

  • Beneficiaries served. Number of beneficiaries served by the program.
  • Volunteers sensitised to discrimination questions. Number of volunteers trained and sensitized to issues related to employment discrimination.
  • Successful transition to employment. Increase in number of succesful transitions to employment supported by insertion partners relative to average across comparable populations. Average across comparable populations.
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