Geneva is the capital of the humanitarian sector, it concentrates countless organisations, from large international agencies, to NGOs and Foundations of all sorts. It is therefore not surprising that Geneva is also becoming a hub for humanitarian innovation. Initiatives such as the Global Humanitarian Lab of the Humanitarian Tech Hub are just examples of the creativity that is emerging from the humanitarian sector in the Geneva Lake region.
And now another innovative initiative has seen the light: Project Integration.
Developed by Priya Burci and project partner Vincent Baumgartner, Project Integration aims to teach refugees and asylum seekers in the Geneva area how to code, thus gaining a marketable skill, which favours their integration.
Read more about this project in Geneva Business News: Project Integration: a Closer Look at Innovation in Humanitarian Action