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Due to COVID-19, the Senegalese-German center currently only receives visitors by appointment. Before your visit, please make an appointment by phone. We would also like to inform you that we continue to advise you by telephone.

Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CSAEM)

Deutsch-Senegalesisches Zentrum für Jobs, Migration und Reintegration (CSAEM)

Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CSAEM)

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:

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Insights into our work

Beratungssituation

"There are a lot of job opportunities in Senegal"

Many people want to return, although the political or economic instability in their home country puts them off. Yet there are lots of success stories: returnees often find market niches when investigating business ideas.

Read an interview with one of our advisors here. >
Madou erklärt dem Berater seine Projektidee

Returning to Senegal well prepared

Going back home is not always easy. Spending time abroad changes people. And their country of origin will have changed too. There is a new guidebook on reintegration that provides lots of information for Senegalese nationals. It contains useful tips on the best ways to prepare for going back home from Germany.  

You can find the guide here. >

Country experiences

Things finally look promising

I thought moving to Europe would solve all my problems. But I didn’t make it there. Now I’m living in Senegal and doing well – thanks to psychosocial support from the “House of Hope”.

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Tailoring combats the crisis

Fashion designer Touty has opened her own tailoring business with assistance from the "Successful in Senegal" project.

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A detour to success

My name is Ibrahima; I'm 49 years old and come from Dakar. I used to work for a delivery company, but saw no future there. So I went to France in 2018 and moved on to Germany, where I had family. But my new beginning in Germany also turned out to be quite different from what I had expected.

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Further opportunities

Return counselling in Germany

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Vocational training

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Psychosocial health

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Assistance after returning

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Job search and job offers

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Short training courses in Germany

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Support in emergency situations

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Families and children

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Starting a business

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Trainings and further education

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University

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Financial support

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Additional offers for women

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Internships

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