Business Coaching


E4C6DE Kawergosk Camp, Iraq. 9th July, 2014. Caught between wars, Syrian refugees live day by day in the Kawergosk Refugee Camp north of Erbil Iraq. The camp, home to over 13,000 Syrian refugees, was established in August 2013 for Syrians fleeing the violence of Assad forces, but now find themselves in a country at war with ISIS militants. (Credit Image: © ZUMA Wire)

Business Coaching

We believe that fostering entrepreneurship of local community is the key to empower local economy.

Drawing upon the lessons learned from the protracted displacement in Iraq, there is an urgent need for developing sustainable livelihood programming that actively promotes the self-reliance of displaced groups in order to move forward from the state of near-total economic dependency. Existing evidence and research have presented livelihood response recommendations that are critical in order to expand and grow livelihood development for the displaced groups and affected members of host community, which include strengthening entrepreneurship of local communities to increase local economic output. In order to avoid duplication of efforts, we enhance partnership with other Non-Governmental Organizations in the livelihood sector to provide technical inputs in Business Coaching initiatives.