Contribute to migrants being able to navigate the new residence country by oneself with increased self-confidence and self-reliance via NAVI-MIG application.


Provide a roadmap to migrants that recently (within the last 2-3 years) arrived in their new resident country to help them get oriented and settled quickly via NAVI-MIG application.


Provide an overview of and quick and easy access to key public services like welfare and healthcare services, integration programs, language teaching, educational and vocational training and others, via NAVI-MIG application.


Decrease migrants’ barriers of using existing services by providing training on the NAVI-MIG application. Also provide an initial support network via a one-on-one mentoring program based on individual needs of the target group.


The project idea of NAVI-MIG was created as a contribution to inclusion and integration of recently arrived migrants, since according to some evidence, migrants are at a greater risk of social exclusion than the native population. Successful migration integration starts with enabling newly arrived migrants to access essential services and help them get settled and oriented in their new residence. Hence, mobile applications are a useful tool to give a first roadmap and orientation, and it can help improving access to essential services like city halls, housing initiatives, job centers, health services, child support what else. McKinsey Global Institute estimates that successfully integrating only the refugees who have arrived in Europe into the labour market could add roughly €70 billion–€80 billion to annual GDP.

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