Impact

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Humans in the Loop Foundation

Helping conflict-affected people build resilience and self-sufficiency through digital skills and remote work

Upskilling

We offer exciting opportunities to conflict-affected people to learn new skills and increase their employment prospects. These include basic digital literacy, English, and more advanced IT skills courses. Our courses are designed to open the doors to future job opportunities locally or in the global online remote work market.

Events & community

By organizing mentorship programs, hackathons, and fun community building events, we strive to create more connections between conflict-affected people and their host society. We are passionate about involving the wider IT sector in tech for good projects.

Stats

Our impact in numbers

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People employed
Conflict-affected people who have worked on our paid annotation projects
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Women
Participation of females in our annotation workforce
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People trained
Conflict-affected people who have received training in digital skills & English
Humans in the Loop Impact Report Render on iPad
Monitoring & evaluation

Impact report 2019

Read our latest impact report to learn more about our achievements in 2019. The impact assessment was conducted in association with the Digital Refugee Livelihoods project at the University of Edinburgh.

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Contributing towards SDGs 1, 5, 8 & 10

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