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Nigerian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (NGC), Abuja

Nigerian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (NGC), Abuja

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Nigerian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration, Abuja

Sandra Vermuijten

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Sandra Vermuijten

Head of the Advice Centres

I am a human rights lawyer with more than 20 years of international experience working on labour migration, social dialogue, gender policies, sustainable development, employment promotion and international labour standards. In Nigeria, we aim to develop and adopt innovative strategies to promote employment and reintegration, while building a strong network of local and international partners, supporting Nigerian youth to be best they can. We are a team of dedicated professionals and work in close collaboration with our Nigerian government partner, the Migrant Resource Centers of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment.

Tolulope Olaiya

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Tolulope Olaiya

Coordinator Abuja

I coordinate our activities in Abuja and am happy to advise you at our advice centre. I speak Yoruba and English. I studied law in the UK. I returned to Nigeria after my studies and have been working in the migration and reintegration sector for several years.

Country experiences

Success in establishing a chicken farm

Now I’m now back living with my family in Nigeria and raising poultry. It is possible to achieve something here.

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New start with a dream job

My route to Europe ended in Libya, but now my brother and I are running our own tailoring business in our home country of Nigeria.

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My company, my future

My name is Jerry and I come from Nigeria. A scholarship enabled me to study engineering in the UK for a year in 2014. After that it became clear to me: I wanted to return to Nigeria and utilise my knowledge in my homeland.

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