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

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



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 9:00-13:30 and 14:30-16:00

To avoid long waiting times, the Senegalese-German Centre asks its visitors to make an appointment by telephone in advance. You can reach us at +221 33 825 87 21.

If you are unable to come to the centre in person, we would be happy to advise you over the phone on the following topics: professional integration, requirements for regular migration to Germany and other countries, psychosocial support. Please make an appointment in advance by telephone: +221 33 825 87 21.

For general questions and further support, please contact your personal advisor.
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Country experiences

Professional development in Senegal: the women of Thiaroye sur Mer

People from Thiaroye sur Mer in Senegal often die in an attempt to reach Europe by sea. A women’s collective warns against irregular migration. It tells people about the alternatives offered by professional development.

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Earning their own money from local cereal crops 

The Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CSAEM) has been providing an inclusive training course for women with and without disabilities. Processing cereal crops gives the women the opportunity to improve their incomes.

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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 dream is to revolutionise African fashion

My time in Germany was a great experience, but I couldn’t work there. Back in Senegal I now run a sewing workshop and I’m thinking about opening a retail outlet.

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Fashion for mothers and children

I’ve set up a business in Senegal making maternity and baby clothing.

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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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