The world’s poor come into contact with markets and companies as producers, entrepreneurs, neighbours or consumers on a daily basis. IWARelief partner with private sector companies to create opportunities for poor and marginalised people to have better access to goods, services and livelihoods –and on fair terms.
Building such models is not easy. Inclusive business models which deliver economic growth and positive results for poor people requires the trust of local communities and deep knowledge of development issues Our extensive experience creating innovation and strategic partnerships with private sector companies uses combined expertise and resources to create large-scale sustainable poverty- fighting project, benefitting both companies and the lives of millions of people across the world. As the underprivileged, disabled and refugees are more likely to be poor and marginalised, we focus on them as it leads to better business and development returns. .