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German-Tunisian Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration, Tunis

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German-Tunisian Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration, Tunis

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German-Tunisian Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CTA)
c/o the Tunisian Employment Agency (ANETI)
19, rue Azdrubal
1002 - Tunis

Our centres in Tunis and Sfax will remain closed to visitors for the time being. Until further notice, consultations will only take place by telephone (58 574 539) and e-mail (tuniso-allemand@giz.de).

Please note that due to the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, there may be restrictions on the services offered.

Please inform yourself by phone, e-mail or on our Facebook page about changes in the services offered.

Country experiences

An own grocery store

I'm 36 years old, from Tunisia, and my name is Wissem. I lived in Europe for a total of 15 years. It was my dream to have a good job there and start a family. But neither of these worked out. Now I've found happiness in my homeland, Tunisia. Back then I wouldn't have thought that possible.

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New dreams in Tunisia

Hi, I'm Khaled. I’m 34 and I come from Tunisia. My family owns a fruit and vegetable outlet where I worked for a long time. But it was always my great dream to live in Europe. I made my way there in 2008 when I was 24 years old. Initially I spent a year in Italy. Then I travelled to Germany via France and Belgium.

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Confectionery from Tunisia

"Marhaba min Tunis" (hello from Tunisia) – this is how I greet everyone who comes to Tunisia. My name is Selim. Like many young Tunisians, I used to dream of living abroad. I wanted to pursue a career. But I changed my mind after studying business administration: I stayed in Tunisia.

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