SEED is a service that enables rapid adaptation for young asylum seekers in the UK so they are better prepared to integrate and reach their potential. It is also an integrator of existing services and a portal for new and improved experiences for service providers, caregivers, members of the community who would like to offer support, as well as the young asylum seekers themselves.
By creating strong and supportive host communities, SEED aims to enhance wellbeing of young asylum seekers, facilitate their cultural and social integration, and thus increase their self esteem and sense of belonging.
It allows caregivers, such as parents, to navigate the system and have proper understanding and access to basic services.
It also enables service providers and members of the community who would like to offer support, to leverage existing resources and increase their outreach.
School of Design
MA Service Design, 2017
A consultant with dual emphasis in the public and private sectors, mainly in the areas of strategy and service design, organizational development, capacity building and policy reform. Especially interested in using the design approach to create sustainable social impact and tailored solutions for inspiring change.