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Helping to reintegrate more than 15 million refugees

Sao Paulo

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Technologies Used

JavaScript
Machine Learning
blockchain
advanced php
evStarts NOVA
RSK

Project Team

Alyson Ferrer
Leonardo Marciano
Corporate Entrepreneur Developer
thmelo
nikolas faria
Investor Entrepreneur Designer

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Product Manager Investor
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About

Hundreds of thousands of people who have fled Syria and other distressed countries face a stark reality. Despite being skilled professionals or accomplished students, many refugees and asylum-seekers are suffering because their credentials are not recognized, and they cannot resume their careers or meet their academic goals. World Education Services (WES) began to work on solving this issue in response to the unprecedented worldwide refugee crises occurring in 2015. This work started with research on international practices for the assessment of refugee credentials and qualifications, particularly those lacking full, official, or verifiable documentation. We reviewed the available literature and conducted interviews with officials from leading higher education institutions, licensing bodies, and international education authorities in Canada, the U.S., and Europe.

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