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RESI Partners

  • Collaboration with multiple actors is a key component to the success of RESI projects. RESI works with a diverse range of partners to solve key challenges related to displacement contexts. RESI engages leading social enterprises and market partners to harness opportunities for refugees and local communities. This unlocks access to local, regional and global value chains.

    Working in refugee camps means that partnerships with humanitarian organisations are key to the successful implementation of RESI projects. Humanitarian-development collaboration bridges the gap between supporting immediate needs in emergency scenarios and those alleviating poverty in the long-term. This collaboration is much needed to support affected populations become self-reliant and move away from dependence on humanitarian assistance. RESI’s humanitarian partners bring their in-depth local knowledge on both refugee and host populations and the local terrain - while ITC brings its technical expertise. The collaboration means ITC can implement innovative activities tailored to local realities, thanks to the strong on the ground presence of their partner.

    RESI thanks all its partners and team of experts for their support and collaboration in implementing successful of its projects:

    • Norwegian Refugee Council
    • Information and Communications Technology Association of Jordan
    • Samasource Digital Basics
    • Upwork
    • GrowthBond
    • Afrika Handmade
    • Goodie's African Interiors & Gifts
    • The Weavers of Isiolo
    • Tosheka Textiles

    RESI also thanks its donors, without which RESI activities and impact would not be possible:

    • The Netherlands
    • The Government of Japan

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