The Final Step

Business Process Outsourcing Redefined

Providing gainful employment for people with physical disabilities in East Africa.

WHAT WE DO: The Final Step is a business process outsourcing provider, which means our workers can provide a variety of data entry services to your company, including secretarial services, routine data processing, social media or comment moderation, transcription services, and text-from-image processing.

We are also developing subscription software, powered by humans, which creates data entry and customer service jobs so you can spend less time worrying about the software.

WHO WE HELP: The work is performed by people with physical disabilities in Kenya. We help them by providing work, and we help companies and organizations in the US by delivering exceptional value.

ABOUT US: The Final Step is another project by the founders of Cure International, who always planned to follow the many children's hospitals with schools and then jobs for the many thousands of kids who received treatment. In fact, some of our first hires are former Cure patients who are excited for the opportunity to make a difference.

THE FINAL STEP: Cure was the first step, building hospitals to provide life-saving and life changing surgeries. Education is the next step by providing learning and skills. We helped build a school in Uganda for children with disabilities, but we realized there are many more organizations building schools than there are creating jobs. As such, we are focusing instead on the final step, gainful employment.

GET INVOLVED

BUSINESSES: Does your company have digital work that you need help with? We know you understand the social impact this work and impact sourcing can make, so please contact us to get started.

WORKERS: We are enrolling people with physical disabilities, in East Africa, with computer and data entry experience.

CONTACT US

AFFILIATES

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