Opening up, speaking about your experiences and gaining confidence: a GMAC workshop gave returnees the opportunity to do just that. It also included discussion of trauma and gender-specific challenges.
Redar, 34, is an advisor at the GMAC in Erbil. He talks here about how returnees can benefit from GMAC services.
The process of searching for employment involves multiple stages that are vital and intricate. Often, individuals lack the necessary understanding of the most effective job search methods. To support you in the process, we have produced a series of videos that concentrate on the four primary steps of finding a new job.
My name is Jelena. I’m 36 years old and have two sons. One of them suffers from autism, and I supported and cared for him myself for many years. This made me realise that I can also help other people.
Qendrim is now successfully self-employed after returning to Kosovo. DIMAK helped him to turn his vocational dream into reality.
I now run my own business in Pakistan thanks to the training courses and resources offered by the PGFRC centre. I am delighted to be near my family again.
I came back to Pakistan in 2018 after spending some time abroad. I wanted to be with my family again. The Pakistani-German Facilitation and Reintegration Centre – PGFRC – enabled me to take part in a cookery course. That formed the basis for the snack van that I’m now running successfully.
The comic volume “Sara” tells the story of a young Senegalese woman’s successful and regular migration.
Working in a hotel offers great job prospects for many Albanians. The country is attracting ever more tourists – but there’s a shortage of trained personnel. Artan and Sidorela took part in an eight-week intensive training course.
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.