Noha wanted to make a fresh start in Cairo. But the big city, far away from her family, overwhelmed her. She couldn't find a job and felt lost. A further education programme enabled her to find new self-confidence and prepare for a job: With job application training but also with opportunities to get to know herself better. Today, Noha is happy - and proud.
Chaimae has turned her vocational dream into reality after returning to Morocco: the Moroccan-German Information Centre on Migration and Vocational Integration supported her in opening a hairdressing salon.
After 10 years in Europe, Mouhcine took the risk of returning to Morocco – where he fulfilled his dream of becoming self-employed. Learn here about the support he received with starting a business in his home country of heritage. It is now successfully producing shoes and sandals.
I returned to Tunisia with my family after 8 years in Germany. The advice and support I received from the CTA enabled me to start a new chapter in my life. Now I’m happy and run a shop selling stationery.
I returned to Tunisia after 11 years in Europe. The advice and support provided by the CTA enabled me to fulfil my dream of starting my own business in Tunisia.
I emigrated from Tunisia to Europe in search of a better life. But I wasn’t happy there, so I returned to Tunisia. Support from the CTA enabled me to fulfil my dream and start a business breeding livestock.
New web-based training (WBT) on Atingi helps participants to explore how to market a business on social channels. Available in English and free of charge.
The internet, social media and digital tools offer many opportunities for women entrepreneurs. In Pakistan's provinces, however, they often lack the necessary knowledge and access. A PGFRC training shows them what tools they can use and how to use them to attract more clients and customers and grow their business.
Kwaku Yeboah is a counsellor at the Ghanaian-European Centre for Jobs, Migration and Development (GEC) in Accra. In this interview, he talks about how the GEC team supports families who have returned to Ghana.
Aferdita has turned her passion into a profession. Thanks to the support of DIMAK, she successfully runs her own tailoring business.