The Challenge:
Creating 1000 Good Jobs for Low-Income Communities by 2024.
Youth Unemployment: Here are The Facts
An estimated 621 millions young people age 15-24 years old are neither in education, employment, or training.

9 out of 10 of thesee young individuals are in developing countries.

It is estimated that 23% of those young individuals that are currently employed in the world earn less than $1.20/day.

By 2030, 1 billion young people will be entering the job market.
Why does it matter?
Youth unemployment has negative impacts on the overall well-being of a country.

It can lead to social unrest, increased crime and violence, disengagement from society.
What is the Challenge?
Our aim is to create 1000 good jobs for vulnarable communities, prioritizing youth, women, and rural communities in the developing world.

We are setting this up as public case study on how to leverage the digital gig economy to create jobs in the developing world.
Why a Public Challenge?
In addition to keeping us accountable to our colleagues and customers, this challenge helps us remain focused on what's most important to us.

Regardless of the outcome, we will be very transparent in the process, so others can learn from our experience, and hopefully replicate the initiative in other parts of the world.
Madagascar: Pilot Country
Despite its natural beauty, bountiful biodiversity, abundant natural resources, Madagascar remains one of the poorest countries in the world.

25 millions


19 millions

Living in extreme poverty


Below 25 years old


Internet Users

How are we doing so far?
Delivering unequalled value to our customers is of paramount importance for us.

Regardless of social impact, we consider it a failure if we are not able to deliver unequalled value to our customers.

Good Jobs


To go


Customer Served

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