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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: Jan 2018

Capital raised (minimum): 0 (USD 0)

Service users: 10k+ individuals


WIMOOV's action program is intended for anyone in a situation of professional integration likely to encounter obstacles due to mobility. The intervention provides a digital "mobility test" to the target population. This test serves to detect the main mobility-related issues and barriers that beneficiaries are facing, thus helping draft a "mobility profile" for each beneficiary. Once the "mobility profile" is completed, the provider assists beneficiaries in identifying potential tools and solutions to circumvent the obstacles they are confronted to. One element of this process is the digital tracking of the beneficiaries, which allows the provider and other partner organizations to record and streamline the provider's efforts in improving the beneficiary's mobility.

Target population

Any individual who is struggling to obtain a job due to mobility-related issues; these might include, young people (16 - 25 years old), jobseekers, RSA beneficiaries, trainees in vocational training or "precarious" employees (fixed-term contracts, with part time, etc.).



  • France

Service delivery locations

  • Ile-de-France, Hauts-de-France, Normandie, Grand Est, Nouvelle Aquitaine, PACA, Occitanie, Centre-Val de Loire, Pays de la Loire, France

Outcome metrics

  • Mobility test administration. Number of people who have benefited from a "mobility test" in 2018.
  • Successful enrolment in personalized job search assistance program. Percentage of "mobility tests" resulting in a succesful enrolment in the provider's personalized job search assistance program. At least 80% of "mobility tests" carried out in 2018 should result in an entry into support to trigger the outcomes paymet.
  • Mobility test administered by partner entities. Percentage of "mobility tests" administered directly by the partner organizations who are responsible for referral of beneficiaries to provider. At least 17% of "mobility tests" should be administered directly by a sample of support structures to employment.
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