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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Employment and training

Date outcomes contract signed: Jan 2022

Start date of service provision: Nov 2021

Capital raised (minimum): GBP 0 (USD 0)


This initiative aims to increase the self-sufficiency and integration of newly granted refugees, helping them to move into work, learn English, access housing and build links in their local communities. It will encourage new partnerships and evaluate activities to better understand what works for refugees.

Target population

The project is working with those who have been granted refugee status or humanitarian protection since 24 February 2020 and are economically active (actively seeking work or ready to take active steps towards securing work).



  • United Kingdom

Service delivery locations

  • Plymouth

Outcome metrics

  • Entry to safe and secure accommodation
  • Six-month Housing Sustainment
  • Intermediate Employability – completion of employment plan and three progress targets
  • Entry to Employment
  • Entry to Self-Employment
  • Three-Month Employment Sustainment
  • Three-Month Self-Employment Sustainment Outcome
  • Integration Plan - coaching and support to complete a person-centred individualised integration plan covering all areas relevant to their integration journey
  • Six-Month Integration Improvement - Completed individualised integration plan, with two or more 6-month progress targets
  • Twelve-Month Integration Improvement – completed individualised integration plan, with two or more 12-month progress targets.
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