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Our Commitments

Social Responsibility

Uplifting communities through meaningful engagement

At Osadi, we believe in the power of social responsibility to drive positive change and create a lasting impact on the communities we serve. Through our commitment to social responsibility, we actively engage in initiatives that elevate communities and contribute to their well-being. By leveraging our resources, expertise, and partnerships, we aim to make a difference and foster sustainable development.

In pursuit of UN SDGs

Giving back and making a difference

We believe in giving back to society through philanthropy and hands-on engagement. Through charitable donations, we support impactful projects and organizations that address critical social issues. Our team actively participates in volunteer work, dedicating our time and skills to make a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals and communities.

A better future for themselves and their communities

As a trusted provider of foreign manpower solutions, we understand the transformative power of global labor migration. By offering job opportunities to talented individuals from around the world, we contribute to economic growth, empower families and communities, and foster cultural exchange and collaboration.

Our purpose goes beyond business metrics; it’s about creating a ripple effect of positive change that touches every worker and extends to their communities back home.

Remittances sent by migrant workers to their home countries reached a record high of over $550 billion in 2020. These remittances are a vital source of income for families and contribute to poverty reduction and development in the countries of origin, supporting economic growth and stability.

The World

Research conducted by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) suggests that migration can address labor market gaps and alleviate skill shortages in destination countries. Unskilled and semi-skilled workers often fill positions that are difficult to recruit locally, enabling businesses to meet their labor needs and remain competitive.

World Economic

Labor migration can be an effective pathway for poverty reduction, particularly for unskilled and semi-skilled workers from low-income countries. By earning higher wages in destination countries, these workers can improve their living standards and support their families’ well-being, ultimately breaking the cycle of poverty.

ILO (International Labour Organization)