RIN’s in-depth Refugee Lens Investing (RLI) market assessments highlight barriers to refugee self-reliance, financial & policy mechanisms to help mitigate barriers, opportunities presented by refugees and host communities, and RLI investment pipelines.
Through the Resilient 100 program, refugee-led and refugee-supporting companies from all over the world are receiving business coaching, investment readiness support, and networking opportunities.
RIN, in partnership with the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), is developing the ROI aimed at shining a light on national policy shortcomings in an effort to incentivize pro-refugee policy reforms that will support the growth of inclusive economies.
RIN has partnered with the International Rescue Committee’s Center for Economic Opportunity (CEO), to launch a $5M Social Impact Fund – a unique opportunity for investors to secure a return while directly supporting greater refugee financial inclusion in the United States.
With support from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), RIN conducted in-depth assessments of market and policy barriers to Refugee Lens Investing in Jordan and Uganda. Learn more in this overview of the study’s research objectives and methods.