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Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration

The Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration is open to everyone. Here, you can get advice on the following:

  • Work and training opportunities in Senegal
  • Support for people who have returned to Senegal
  • Regular migration to Germany
  • Work and training opportunities in Germany

You can come and talk to our staff at the Centre in Dakar. Or you can ring them, or ask questions by email.

If you would like to make an appointment to come and talk to one of our staff, please arrange a date and time with them in advance. Advice is free-of-charge.

Our Advice Centre works closely with the following organisations:

  • ANPEJ: Agence Nationale pour la Promotion de l'Emploi des Jeunes – National Youth Employment Agency Senegal
  • DGSE: Direction Générale des Senegalais de l'exterieur – Directorate of Senegalese Abroad
  • OFII: L’Office Français de l’Immigration et de l’Intégration – French Office of Immigration and Integration
  • The EU delegation in Dakar
  • International organisations (such as UNHCR, AECID, UNESCO and IOM)
  • German organisations (such as the German Embassy, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung)
  • Non-governmental organisations (such as Enda Tiers Monde, ASADIC TAATAAN, citizens’ movement, COFLEC – Collectif des Femmes pour la Lutte contre l'Emigration Clandestine au Sénégal, COFESEN)

Contact

Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration
ANPEJ, ground floor, Castor, Dakar
Lot 1 Lotissement SODIDA
Avenue Bourguiba 
47267 Dakar-Liberté

Monday to Thursday: 8:30 – 13:30 and 14:30 – 17:00
Friday: 8:30 – 13:30 and 15:00 – 17:00

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Our Advice Centre works closely with the following organisations:

  • ANPEJ: Agence Nationale pour la Promotion de l'Emploi des Jeunes – National Youth Employment Agency Senegal
  • DGSE: Direction Générale des Senegalais de l'exterieur – Directorate of Senegalese Abroad
  • OFII: L’Office Français de l’Immigration et de l’Intégration – French Office of Immigration and Integration
  • The EU delegation in Dakar
  • International organisations (such as UNHCR, AECID, UNESCO and IOM)
  • German organisations (such as the German Embassy, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung)
  • Non-governmental organisations (such as Enda Tiers Monde, ASADIC TAATAAN, citizens’ movement, COFLEC – Collectif des Femmes pour la Lutte contre l'Emigration Clandestine au Sénégal, COFESEN)

Contact

Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration
ANPEJ, ground floor, Castor, Dakar
Lot 1 Lotissement SODIDA
Avenue Bourguiba 
47267 Dakar-Liberté

Monday to Thursday: 8:30 – 13:30 and 14:30 – 17:00
Friday: 8:30 – 13:30 and 15:00 – 17:00

senegalo-allemand@giz.de +221 33 825 87 21

Abdourakhmane Wane

Head of the Migration Advice Centre

Are you looking for opportunities in Senegal or in Germany? Where can you find reliable information about training and work opportunities in Senegal and in Germany? Where can I carry out my idea for a project?

I manage the Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration in Dakar. My staff would by pleased to advise you and provide any information you need. The whole team has many years of experience and knows a lot about life in Senegal and in Germany.

I studied linguistics, administration, economics and project management in Senegal, Germany and France. I have also worked in both Senegal and Germany. I speak three languages widely spoken in Senegal (Pulaar (Fula), Wolof and Serer), as well as French, German and English.

Méria Diabira

Advisor

I look forward to advising you after your return to Senegal. What can you do to make settling down in your home country easier? Where can you go if you have problems getting started on your return home?

If you need help answering these questions, I will give you a helping hand. I speak Soninke, French, English and German. My main tasks are to provide support, assistance, coaching and networks.

You can also contact me once you have successfully settled back in Senegal. Together, we can find ways to help the young generation in Senegal.

I too come from a migrant family. The Soninke people have a very long migration history. The question of migration is therefore very close to my heart. I grew up in France and studied German and political science in Paris, Bonn and Brussels.

Adrien Diedhiou

Advisor

I look forward to advising you on opportunities in Senegal, for example, if you are looking for a training place or for work.

I can also help you to carry out your idea for a project by developing and supporting business plans. This is one of my main responsibilities. I worked for many years at ANPEJ in the areas of entrepreneurship and labour mobility.

I studied business administration. I speak French, Wolof and Diola.

Rose Angela Ndiaye

Advisor

Are you looking for work in Senegal? Or are you interested in working in France? I look forward to advising you on this and putting you in touch with employers. I also offer coaching on applying for jobs and starting up a business.

I speak French and English. Like most Senegalese people, I speak Wolof too. I studied law and business management.

Benedite Regina Coly

Advisor

I have worked as an advisor for many years now. As a result, I am very experienced in coaching and providing information to job seekers. I can advise you if you are looking for opportunities in Germany – for example, if you are looking for work or for a university place.

I can also support you in developing career prospects and I offer coaching to help you develop and monitor projects.

I studied in Senegal. I speak Wolof and French best, but I can also speak some Serer and English.

Khouredia Ndiaye

Advisor

I am responsible for cooperation between the National Youth Employment Agency Senegal (ANPEJ) and the Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration. I don’t advise clients directly, but instead I am the link between the Migration Advice Centre and ANPEJ.

I studied economic and social administration in Paris and lived for nine years in France. I returned to Senegal in 2014. Since then, I have been working at ANPEJ, where I previously worked in the partnership pool. I speak French and Wolof.

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