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IKEA aims to take 200,000 people out of poverty in massive social sustainability drive

by Futures Centre, Feb 12
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IKEA aims to take 200,000 people out of poverty in massive social sustainability drive

IKEA is to employ refugees at production centres in Jordan this summer as part of a long-term plan to create employment for 200,000 disadvantaged people around the world through social entrepreneurship programmes. The centres in Jordan, which should be operational by August, will employ a mixture of Syrian refugees and Jordanians in the production of woven products including rugs, cushions and bedspreads.

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