Jusoor is working in partnership with the Canadian Embassy in Lebanon, Talent Beyond Boundaries (TBB), and the Unite Lebanon Youth Project (ULYP) to advance skilled refugee employment through the Canadian Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP). Current province priorities for employment are for Syrian refugees skilled in the construction and healthcare sectors.
The Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP) is a project that combines refugee resettlement with economic immigration, benefiting both skilled refugees and Canadian employers.
Jusoor plays a role in ensuring that information flows smoothly and efficiently between talented Syrian refugees in Lebanon and TBB. Jusoor’s effort focuses on accessing a pool of highly skilled and talented Syrians who have the potential to make significant contributions to the fields of construction and healthcare. Jusoor's expertise extends to providing a thorough and in-depth initial screening of applicants, with a specific focus on the unique requirements and demands of these sectors. In doing so, we help identify the most suitable candidates who possess the necessary skills and qualifications and ensure that this pathway reaches a wider pool of talented Syrians.
To take part in this project, displaced individuals must meet specific eligibility requirements set by TBB, in addition to meeting the criteria outlined by the Government of Canada for the EMPP.