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Pipeline ID: INDIGO-PL-0014


Expected Launch Date: Q1 - 2023

Total expected project development time: 6-12 months

Expected length of project (years): 3

Project design process began: The call for proposals was issued in March 2021. A project selection process was then initiated beginning in June 2021. Projects were selected in November 2021. Since then, implementation discussions have been ongoing.

Delivery locations

  • France

Target population

People with a motor disability as a result of an accident, primarily spinal cord spinal cord injuries (paraplegics and tetraplegics), but also hemiplegics and traumatic amputees.

Intervention description

The Employment Orientation Program (EOP) of the association Comme les Autres (CLA) aims to remove the peripheral barriers to employment for people who have become motorically handicapped as a result of an accident in order to promote their employability and enable or accelerate their socio-professional reintegration. The beneficiaries of the EOP will be accompanied within this framework for a period of one year


  • Number of beneficiaries entering the program / Rate of beneficiaries completing the program (by completing a final assessment appointment) / Rate of positive orientations (exit to employment or orientation to employment) / Average rate of removal of "mobility/health/administrative" obstacles

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