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

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

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

Monday to Friday:
9:00-16:00

To avoid long waiting times, the Senegalese-German Centre asks its visitors to make an appointment by phone beforehand. You can reach us at 33 825 87 21. We also ask you to continue to respect the Covid safeguards to protect yourself and others.

We would also like to inform you that we continue to advise you by telephone:
For support for professional integration, please call +221 77 528 75 06.
For information on the requirements for regular migration to Germany and other countries, please call +221 76 645 19 30.
For psychosocial support, please call +221 77 192 03 14.
For general questions and further support, please contact your personal advisor.
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Abdourahmane Idaly Kamara

Abdourahmane Idaly Kamara am Telefon

Abdourahmane Idaly Kamara

Responsible for the centre

Welcome to the Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration! My mission is to create conditions for returnees, young people and the local population to ensure that they have better opportunities for social and vocational integration.

During my studies I specialised in education, training and employment. I have more than ten years of professional experience working with the Senegalese government and civil society organisations in these areas. I would like to use my experience to enable the centre to best meet the needs of our target group.

I speak French, English, Mandinka and Wolof.

Khouredia Ndiaye

Khouredia Ndiaye Beraterin des Beratungszentrums Senegal

Khouredia Ndiaye

Centre coordinator

I am responsible for the planning and implementation of activities within the framework of the cooperation between the National Youth Employment Agency Senegal (ANPEJ) and the Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration, as well as the management of the operational teams.

I studied economic and social administration in Parise.  At ANPEJ, I am also a project coordinator for a portfolio of partners.

I speak French and Wolof.

Magatte Diakhaté

Berater Magatte Diakhaté

Magatte Diakhaté

Advisor

I will be happy to help you search for a job abroad. I act as the link between companies abroad and Senegalese applicants. I review CVs and select candidates who meet the requirements of the international job offers. If you are selected by a company, then we will help you until you start your journey and begin work.

I studied Banking and Finance and completed courses on job placement and coaching in Belgium.

I speak French, English and Wolof.

Benedite Regina Coly

Benedite Regina Coly Beraterin des Beratungszentrums Senegal

Benedite Regina Coly

Advisor

I work as a job mobility advisor. My role is to find work experience for young people who want to work abroad. The centre receives a lot of requests from international partners. This is where my role as coach for the candidates comes in useful. I assist companies from selecting CVs through to completing the application documents.

I also help young people who start their own business in Senegal. This includes helping them to collate information to prepare their business plan, for example. My help also includes part of our training courses on entrepreneurship.

I speak French, Wolof, Diola and Serer, and also a little English.

Adrien Diedhiou

Adrien Michel Diedhiou Berater des Beratungszentrums Senegal

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 advice on integration and support for project leaders.

I studied business administration. I speak French, Wolof, Diola and a bit of English.

Libasse Ndour

Libasse Ndour Berater des Beratungszentrums Senegal

Libasse Ndour

Advisor

I'm an advisor at the "German-Senegalese Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CSAEM)" and will be pleased to welcome you there. I will also be happy to answer your questions on legal migration to Germany and reintegration programmes in Senegal. 

I studied German language and literature at the University of Dakar. After a year of teacher training, I taught German for 12 years.

I speak Wolof, French and German and a bit of Pular and English.

Ibrahima Diome

Ibrahima Diome

Ibrahima Diome

Advisor

I support young working people who are looking for work abroad. Based on their CVs, I inform them about the various international job offers. Candidates who make it to the final selection are supported and coached until the end of the process.

My master's degree in international trade and law studies helped me to specialise in international job mediation.

I also accompany Senegalese people who want to start a business. I help them with the research and formulation of project ideas, the elaboration of their business plan, the search for financing and the administrative and financial management of their companies.

I speak fluent French and Wolof and also some English.

Amadou Tidiane Diallo

Amadou Tidiane Diallo

Amadou Tidiane Diallo

Advisor

I take care of job placement, especially for returnees.

As a sociologist, I have already gained experience with non-governmental organisations in the field of education and training. This also applies to helping returnees with their social and vocational reintegration.

I am also responsible for cooperation with the private sector. We research what personnel needs companies have. Then we identify young people who might fit the jobs, train them and put them in contact with the companies.

I also work in the identification of and in partnership with the structures involved in the training and integration of young people, women and returnees.

I speak French, Wolof, Poular and some English.

Tanja Schreiner

Tanja Schreiner

Tanja Schreiner

Communications officer

My job involves increasing awareness of what the centre has to offer and the work that we do. I take care of our website, and for instance moderate our live videos on Facebook and our podcasts. I also prepare different communication materials such as flyers, videos and newsletters to keep our target group and partners informed about our latest activities.

I studied Journalism and Communication Science, and have worked in Germany, France and in Côte d’Ivoire. I speak German, French and English.

Country experiences

Working in the public sector

Partnerships with public institutions in Senegal help CSAEM to contribute to matching jobseekers with suitable jobs. Its service includes training courses and job placement.

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A new branch for popular designer fashion

My fashion company “Touty” withstood the corona pandemic. It will soon be offering career prospects for more young people.

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Earning money as a woman in the security sector

Mbombe finally found a job as a security guard after her training course. Cooperation with companies enables CSAEM to match people with jobs.

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New jobs thanks to a water filtration system

I returned to Senegal after 29 years in Europe. My family and I operate a water filtration system. The CSAEM helped me when my turnover reduced, and now I want to expand my business.

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My new start growing vegetables

Good preparation while I was still in Germany meant I could carry on working on my project straight away after I came back to Senegal. And soon I’ll be self-employed.

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Start-up in Senegal: sustainable waste disposal to make my country better

Having my own waste management company is a dream come true. I’m also grateful for the support provided by the CSAEM. I’d like to increase environmental awareness in Senegal.

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Seizing the opportunities that my brother didn’t have

Lots of people in my town are unemployed. I’d like to set up my own business to help change that.

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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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