It wasn’t easy being back in Morocco. A lot had changed since I left the country as a young boy. But the EIMA really helped me to open my own grocery shop. Now I have a loyal customer base.
The Iraqi-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (GMAC) in Baghdad provides the best possible psychosocial counselling to help returnees. In an interview, health advisor Ali explains how that works. He sees it as extremely important that people feel comfortable with him.
Partnerships with public institutions in Senegal help CSAEM to contribute to matching jobseekers with suitable jobs. Its service includes training courses and job placement.
My fashion company “Touty” withstood the corona pandemic. It will soon be offering career prospects for more young people.
Mbombe finally found a job as a security guard after her training course. Cooperation with companies enables CSAEM to match people with jobs.
Whether a novice or already advanced – the Egyptian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration offers programming courses for anyone who is interested. Music teacher Nancy reports in an interview about her experiences on the computer.
Contacts with companies, careers advice, tips on the best training, promotion of employment and raising awareness of different opportunities in The Gambia: all of these were the focal point of the job fair on the campus of Gambia College. More than 1,000 participants benefited from these opportunities.
The CSAEM also helps people in southern Senegal to start a new career. Courses covering various sectors offer an initial introduction. Participants tell us about their experiences.
I came back to my family in Pakistan during the corona pandemic. The PGFRC helped me to start my own business as a photographer. My photo studio is now very successful.
Jasmina and Milica became self-employed fruit growers to make a better life for themselves and their families in Serbia. The German Information Centre on Migration, Training and Employment (DIMAK) helped these two women.