We connect shifting populations.
From 2012 to 2022, global migration and displacement doubled.
The number of international migrants and displaced people is estimated to be almost 372 million globally, inclusive of internally displaced peoples, migrant workers, immigrants and expats, and refugees. 50% are women and girls.
Mobility has always been a central element in human behaviour: migration is one of the ways we adapt to changing environmental conditions, and societal, economic and political challenges.
Regardless of the reason why a person may migrate, displacement creates a new relationship to the world for the migrant, who must build a completely new life with little (if any) infrastructure or tools for connection, integration or investment in their new home.
SINGE fills that space, creating educational content delivered via platforms and products designed to help our mobile, migrating species adapt to life in new places, whether to create a temporary home or build a longterm legacy.
Our current content focus is improving safety and security for women in mobility, from crossing town, crossing borders to crossing gender-based socio-economic barriers.
Our values drive our products.
We build bridges across gender, "race", dogma, and disability divides to create safe platforms where all voices are supported and valued.
We foster empowerment through self representation and self determination as key contributors to resilient communities.
We develop strong communities that both nurture and are nurtured by diverse voices as the foundation for healthy environments.
We promote responsible stewardship and lateral accountability for long-term sustainability and growth.