By evacuating people in need. We provide food and shelter and work with local partners to help people leave.
On the way we support the refugees by staying in close contact with bus drivers while preparing for their arrival at the final destination.
We help with accommodation, help the refugees to get along at the new destination, provide basic necessities and support with their integration into Swiss society.
We help refugees with their paperwork and ensure seamless coordination with the local authorities. Swiss authorities prove to be very cooperative, but often face a language barrier.
Refugee children are enrolled at the local schools. We liaison with both schools and teachers in order to integrate children swiftly and effectively into everyday school life, thereby ensuring that they build and maintain a strong and solid foundation.
We support refugees in their job search and help them to adapt to everyday work life. In this way, they can provide for their families and regain a foothold in everyday life.
Of course, we search for accommodation in parallel, but our motto in this regard is "Housing follows Job", i.e. we strive to first secure employment contracts and then provide people with accommodation at their new place of work. Not only is this beneficial for the refugees (because it creates the foundation for a self-sufficient life), it is also beneficial for the taxpayers.