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When Seefar launched its ethical recruitment pilot project in 2020, there was little guidance available on how to run a successful ethical recruitment agency. Our subsidiary, The Ethical Recruitment Agency (TERA) India, started with a desire to change the conditions for vulnerable migrant workers – but little knowledge of what the journey would look like. …

A Roadmap to Replicability: How to create, sustain, and scale an ethical recruitment agency Read More »

Offering psychosocial support (PSS) and livelihood training should be an integral part of humanitarian response in crisis situations. These services are as important as shelter, water, and food. The World Health Organisation states that prevention and early intervention in relation to mental health are cheaper in the long-term. Economics aside; it is the right thing …

Offering Psychosocial and Livelihood Support in a Crisis Setting Read More »

Over a third of Iraqi Kurds considering risky migration journeys to Europe via Belarus chose safer alternatives after receiving information and counselling from Seefar’s migration communications campaign in Iraqi Kurdistan.  The Migrant ProjectThe campaign which ran from May to December 2021 was part of Seefar’s flagship communications campaign The Migrant Project and targeted educated, urban …

Behaviour change campaign helps Kurdish potential migrants to make safer migration choices Read More »

In the summer of 2021, thousands of migrants from the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) reached Belarus, attempting to cross into Poland. Seefar, having worked in KRI for many years, responded quickly to provide up to date information and gather insights about the emerging border crisis.  Throughout December 2021, Seefar conducted 571 quantitative interviews and …

To Belarus and Beyond – Understanding migration plans of Kurdish migrants travelling the Belarus route Read More »

At Seefar, we know how important it is to tailor our interventions to context – particularly when working with highly vulnerable populations. Our LIFT India project, funded by the Global Fund to End Modern Slavery and the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, provides survivors of Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE) with the skills they need to …

Working with vulnerable populations: lessons from LIFT India Read More »

30th March 2022 Farsight Services Limited, known for short as Seefar, hereby invites interested and qualified IT companies to bid for a Framework Agreement for the provision of digitalisation, web and application development, and innovative multi-platform services as outlined by the instructions and procedures in this invitation and related annexes. Please read the instructions on …

Invitation to Tender – Framework Agreement for the Provision of Digitalisation Services in Jordan Read More »

Between April and December 2021, The Migrant Project, Seefar’s global flagship migration communications campaign, ran an educational outreach campaign in three Malian regions: Gao, Sikasso and Kayes.  Irregular migration is a regular occurrence among youth in these regions. In Gao, conflict is the major factor driving irregular migration. Kayes has a culture of migration in …

Education campaign in Mali empowers students to make safer and more informed migration decisions Read More »

For the first time in Senegal, TMP collaborated with the German Development Cooperation (GIZ) to train 137 fishermen (or a member of their family) in alternatives such as poultry farming, sheep rearing and general entrepreneurship skills. Click here to find out more!

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