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Social entrepreneurship at the margins: Helping refugees, migrants, and human trafficking survivors reclaim their futures.

Report from Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship illustrates the clear and urgent need for bottom-up, enterprise level approaches, and highlights organizations that are already addressing these challenges in innovative ways.

Rural Displacement Fund: Feasibility Study on the Rural Displacement Fund

This feasibility study by Terrablanca Impact Capital examines a funding model to empower IDPs in Colombia to build sustainable agricultural businesses.

Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion: From Bright Spots to System Change

This Migration Policy Institute report explores how social innovation in the field of refugee inclusion has evolved in the three years since the peak of the crisis.

Refugees and Their Money: Assessing the Business Case for Providing Financial Services to Refugees

This study by Bankable Frontier Associates and FSD Africa provides market intelligence to build a sound business case for financial institutions to serve FDPs; and explains the financial needs of the FDP population in Rwanda.

Investing in Refugee Entrepreneurs

This webinar by Welcoming Refugees and Higher, shows how to effectively support refugee entrepreneurs and build greater community awareness and support.
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Convergence: Blending Global Finance

Blended finance data, intelligence, and deal flow to increase private sector investment in developing countries
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IRIS+ is the generally accepted system for measuring, managing, and optimizing impact.

The Economic and Fiscal Effects of Granting Refugees Formal Labor Market Access

This report by the Center for Global Development explores the economic and fiscal impact for countries which grant refugees formal labor market access.

New Financing Partnerships for Humanitarian Impact

This report by the Overseas Development Institute explores new dynamics and potential partnerships to finance future humanitarian efforts.

Kakuma as a Marketplace

The IFC commissioned this consumer and market study of the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya.

Refugees Work: A Humanitarian Investment That Yields Economic Dividends

In this report, TENT shows that accepting refugees and empowering them to succeed in the workforce can lead to significant economic growth, increased productivity and wages, new businesses and job, and increased international trade and innovation, among other benefits.

From Struggle to Resilience: The Economic Impact of Refugees in America

This report by New American Economy details the positive economic and fiscal contributions of refugees within the United States.