Na’amal Foundation

Policy Plan

Who We Are

Na’amal believes that there is a better way for forcibly displaced people to earn a living than to be subjected to informal work in precarious conditions and in living in indignity. Na’amal takes advantage of digitalisation of the labour market. Na’amal provides refugees and other underrepresented communities with training in marketable skills, focusing on the human/soft skills, and collaborates with other organisations which give training in digital skills. Na’amal believes that both are required for work in the digital economy and, having given training, will support its students to try to get remote jobs.

Board Members

Laura Jardine Paterson


Angela Solomon


Adrian Smith


The Board of Na’amal Foundation is unpaid Personnel are hired on a project by project basis depending on grants awarded