Projects archive

Navigating a pregnancy can be a daunting experience, especially during a pandemic. All over the world, antenatal care services have been restricted, leaving expectant parents feeling anxious and lost.  Pregnancy Partner – Seefar’s latest innovation – is a mobile phone application which aims to empower people to strengthen the heath and wellbeing of their whole …

Pregnancy Partner: Seefar launches an app to empower parents with reliable information Read More »

In 2020, billions of dollars were poured into mass communications campaigns to spread information about the COVID-19 disease. However, many communities around the world were either unable or unwilling to adopt preventative measures despite having been exposed to official messaging on the topic.  Seefar’s success in behaviour change communications is based on our unique focus …

Curbing COVID-19 through Community-Driven Communications Read More »

The lack of good job opportunities at home drives millions of people to seek work abroad and can discourage migrants from considering returning to their home countries. In pursuing better jobs and economic opportunties, migrants often end up in situations of trafficking, modern slavery and irregular mirgrant status.  Vulnerabilities begin at the earliest stages of …

TERA: The Ethical Recruitment Agency Read More »

There is an increasing need to deviate from traditional livelihood projects and to employ livelihood approaches tailored to the specific needs of survivors of commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) and trafficking.  Seefar’s LIFT India project places mental health and empowerment training as critical building blocks to successful livelihood pathways for survivors. With funding from the Global …

LIFT: reimagining livelihood interventions for survivors of CSE and trafficking in India Read More »

Over 400 Afghan youth in Herat and Nangarhar provinces have been provided with soft skills training aimed at activating personal initiative behaviours. This personal initiative training, implemented by Seefar between November 2020 and February 2021 with the support of the World Bank, is the first of its kind in Afghanistan. Having personal initiative means to …

Activating personal initiative behaviours among youth in Afghanistan Read More »

Seefar has a network of teachers in countries such as Mali, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Indonesia. We support them to improve their knowledge and skills. In 2021, we will adapt some of our content for delivery as modules in a mobile application (“the app”). Version 1 of the app will be a one-way content delivery platform. …

Request for proposals – develop an Android mobile app for teachers Read More »

Seefar’s behaviour change campaign in Mali has resulted in more than half of consultees making safer and more informed migration decisions, according to evaluation data.  The campaign ran from February to December 2020, and was aimed at raising awareness about the dangers of irregular migration amongst potential migrants to protect them from harm and exploitation. …

Over half of irregular migrants consulted in Mali choose safer migration options Read More »

Seefar’s pilot campaign in six refugee camps in Ethiopia has resulted in more than half of beneficiaries taking active measures to prevent COVID-19 transmission, according to evaluation data. Active measures include avoiding crowded spaces, wearing masks, frequent handwashing and covering coughs and sneezes. The pilot ran from July to October 2020, and was aimed at …

COVID-19 preventative behaviour change campaign pilot in Ethiopia Read More »

Seefar’s pilot remote migration communications campaign in Turkey and Serbia has resulted in over one third of transit migrants making safer and more informed migration decisions after receiving a consultation on the risks and realities of irregular migration.  The campaign, On The Move, ran from April to December 2020 and was aimed at informing transit …

One-in-three irregular migrants in transit choose safer migration options after receiving counselling from On the Move campaign Read More »

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