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This report adopts the Social Return of Investment approach to access the social impact and value of the “Job Design Support by Collaborators for Disabled People in Open Job Market” (abbreviated as JSCDO) project during 2015 to Jun 2018. The JSCDO project aims to narrow the disability employment gap, enhancing the employment of people with disabilities who still face many challenges entering the workplace in Taiwan nowadays. Not only has JSCDO successfully created 6 disability-friendly workplaces for 13 participants with disabilities and 28 people from disadvantaged groups and achieved stable employment with the full-time salary, but more importantly, it simultaneously eases the financial burden and emotional exhaustion of the participants and their family and alleviate social problems on many aspects. This report identifies 7 main stakeholder groups – participants with disabilities, participants-collaborators, family members of participants with disabilities, family members of collaborators, Diyi group, client and the government. For the JSCDO project every 1$ invested there is a social return of 3.66-6.95, in our base case scenario the SROI ratio is 1:6.32. The results prove and demonstrate the social impact and social value of this project.

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