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The Pakistan-German Centre for Facilitation and Reintegration (PGFRC) was opened on 16.10.2020. Virtual and personal counselling in the PGFRC is possible.

Pakistani-German Facilitation and Reintegration Centre (PGFRC)


Pakistani-German Facilitation and Reintegration Centre (PGFRC)

You have returned to Pakistan from Germany or another country? You live in Pakistan and are looking for new opportunities there? We support you. Counselling is free of charge and open to both women and men.

Country borders do not necessarily reflect the German Government's official position.

We provide

  • advice on training and skills development
  • technical and vocational training
  • advice on job market trends and opportunities
  • advice on finding a job in Pakistan
  • entrepreneurship and start-up support
  • psychosocial support and information on the health system in Pakistan
  • information on living conditions
  • advice on getting microfinance and loans

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Insights into our work

Beratungssituation: Zwei Männer sitzen an einem Tisch in einem Garten und unterhalten sich.

We’ll stay in touch!

We help people to find a job and reintegrate into society once they have come back here. Our assistance can take many different forms because the services we and our partners provide include training, further qualification, job placement and psychosocial support.

Learn more about our advisory services here. >
Ein Mann steht vor einer Hecke und schaut in die Kamera. Es ist Dr. Khan, der Leiter des Beratungszentrums.

“Offering the right service for each individual”

Dr Mansoor Zaib Khan is head of the Pakistani-German Facilitation and Reintegration Centre (PGFRC). In a short interview he speaks about the services offered by the centre and about what motivates him personally.

Read the whole interview here. >
Eine Beraterin im Gespräch mit einer Frau. Die Beiden sitzen an einem Tisch.

Supporting women to make a new start

Nighat Aziz is an advisor at the Pakistani-German Facilitation and Reintegration Centre (PGFRC) and the central contact person for women and persons in need. Together with the centre's partner organisations, she addresses their specific requirements.

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Zwei Frauen und zwei Männer sitzen an einem Tisch und erarbeiten etwas auf einem Plakat.

Guidance on starting a business

A business training course gave prospective entrepreneurs some important insights and tips.

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Country experiences

Successful with my own restaurant

I run my own restaurant in my home town. Thanks to important support, I can constantly develop my business and thus also cope with crises.

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Entrepreneurial spirit and tradition

I’ve set up a fabric business with assistance from PCFRC. My marketing includes using social media.

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A job after returning – and a plan

I lived in Germany for 20 years before coming back to Pakistan. The PGFRC helped me to find work, which is taking me closer to my long-term goal of having my own restaurant.

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