Key Figures

each One is entirely focused on its mission and has therefore adopted social impact indicators that enable it to monitor the direct and indirect results of its actions.

each One has a direct impact on the lives of accompanied refugees, but also a systemic impact on the institutions involved, the volunteers, and society as a whole. 

1184
people supported since 2015
73%
resume their career after the program
1229
committed volunteers in 2019 alone
12
ongoing programs with our partner institutions

Our impact report


It is THE essential document to understand our impact on the promotion of 2019 both on the lives of accompanied refugees, our volunteers and the whole society. To discover: figures of course but also inspiring stories.
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Impact on refugees

Through the programeach One, participants were able to project themselves, build and activate their project, express their potential... We call "positive exits" the resumption of studies or employment 6 months after participation in the program. 

Program success rate
73%
Program success rate
73%
Correspondence between the new job and past experience
49,4%
Correspondence between the new job and past experience
49,4%
- including current transitions
57%
- including current transitions
57%
Similarity between current studies and level of education
70,4%
Similarity between current studies and level of education
70,4%
- including current transitions
88,9%
- including current transitions
88,9%
Similarity between current activity and career plan
54,5%
Similarity between current activity and career plan
54,5%
- including current transitions
75,8%
- including current transitions
75,8%

Impact on committed volunteers

Beyond the direct impact on accompanied refugees, there is a real impact on the volunteers involved throughout France to keep the programmes each Onealive. They are as close as possible to the reality on the ground and the experience each One is an exceptional and unforgettable moment for them.

85,4%
of volunteers say that the experience made them aware of the benefits of hospitality 
70,1%
of volunteers say that this experience has had a positive influence on their future involvement in associations
73,3%
of the students in the program teams say that this experience facilitates their integration into the workplace
96,7%
of student volunteers report that the experience has provided them with new job skills 
76%
of volunteers say that their experience has allowed them to open up their social circle, and socio-professional and generational groups

Testimonials:

"It's a very rich programme in terms of languages, culture, activities and encounters. I think it each One gives the keys to open all the doors to integration. Don't forget to take the keys to your door. »

Obeid - Programme participant at Sciences Po Paris in 2018

"My greatest satisfaction lies in the quality of the program, which allows participants to progress in French and to set up their professional or academic project. »

Lucie - student volunteer in charge of the program at Sciences Po Rennes in 2018-2019

Impact on society

All of our actions have a positive impact objectiveeach One. We work to find and put into practice solutions that have a systemic impact and highlight, at all levels of society, the economic, cultural and social contribution of the refugees we accompany, conveying optimism and the idea that we belong to a society in which integration creates value.

Companies involved
19
Companies involved
19
Organizations / Associations involved
38
Organizations / Associations involved
38
Public Partners
15
Public Partners
15
Partner universities and grandes écoles
12
Partner universities and grandes écoles
12

Testimony:

"My greatest satisfaction was to participate in developing solutions and means to match the participant's projects and see him projecting himself into a desired future."

Véronique -mentor at Sciences Po Bordeaux in 2019

"We host a Springboard program because it is totally in line with our values, and it is a vehicle for professionalizing our students."

Member of the administration of Sciences Po Aix

Beneficiary data

Age
Our participants are between 19 and 60 years old with an average age of 32. 17% of them are less than 26 years old.
Gender
25.3% of our participants are women.
Nationality
There are more than 53 nationalities among the people who participate in our programs. The most represented countries are Syria (31%), Sudan (16%), Afghanistan (13%), Bangladesh (7%) and Iraq (6%).
Qualifications
The majority of our participants have received higher education. Only 1.8% do not have a school diploma (Bac), 2.7% have a professional diploma (bac pro), 19.6% have a general diploma, 12.5% have a higher education diploma (BTS/DUT), 39.5% have a Degree, 19.4% a Master's and 4.5% a PhD.

To find out more about the people we accompanied and the impact our solution had on their professional project in France and their integration, you can read their portraits.

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