As a partner of the German Information Centre for Migration, Training and Careers (DIMAK), the non-governmental organisation "Lady" offers special support to girls and women in Kosovo.
Milica’s start in life was very difficult. Support from DIMAK enabled this young Serbian woman to undergo training, with psychosocial services helping her to make a new start in life. She is now mentoring children and young people in difficult situations. And she writes poems about her experiences and feelings. Here she reports on her impressive progress.
Thanks to the PGFRC, women in Pakistan can train to become tailors. In the course, the participants also learn how to become self-employed.
For the first time, the PGFRC is offering targeted programmes for vulnerable groups. The programmes include training that prepares budding entrepreneurs for self-employment. The Culinary Arts Training, for example, goes far beyond cooking.
Christopher returned to Nigeria because he had no prospects in Germany. The Nigerian-German Centre helped him set up his shop for spare parts for cars.
The job fair relating to youth, jobs and mobility in the Senegalese capital Dakar was a major success. Thousands of young people used the event to make contact with companies and develop new career prospects.
Vor allem Frauen will das Ghanaisch-Europäische Zentrum für Jobs, Migration und Entwicklung mit Schulungen an Drohnen und Kameras erreichen. Die Teilnehmenden sind begeistert – auch über ihre neuen Jobperspektiven.
The Ghanaian-European Centre for Jobs, Migration and Development has provided training to traditional and religious opinion leaders concerning all aspects of migration. They are important conversational partners for many people in Ghana.
Returning to your country of origin isn’t always easy. Yet support from the GMAC and its partner organisation Heartland Alliance International enables women to establish their own businesses in Iraq. This is also what returnees Nahlah and Ahlam experienced. These two women are running successful online businesses in Baghdad respectively selling clothing and cosmetics.
Returning to Ghana was not easy for Richard. But the team at the Ghanaian-European Centre for Jobs, Migration and Development (GEC) gave him professional and psychosocial support. After retraining, he was able to successfully open his own bakery business.