Exclusion, migration, domestic abuse: Ana had a lot of problems to overcome. Help from the DIMAK information centre meant that this Albanian woman was given psychosocial counselling after her return and was able to start a new career in a call centre.
Majlinda already had the talent, dedication and ambition to be a hairdresser. After her return to Albania and with some help, she was able to fulfil her dream of having her own hairdressing salon.
The "hotspot" centres are in Novi Pazar, Kraljevo, Bor, Novi Sad, Kruševac and Niš.
I returned to Kosovo and now run my own dry lining business. The DIMAK and its other partners helped me with my start-up. I’m positive about the future and glad that I came back.
With an opening ceremony, the GGAC in Serrekunda opened its doors to those seeking advice.
Together with the GTTI, the GGAC is offering young people in Gambia a 9-month training course, which is intended to improve their career prospects. It prepares them for jobs in the welding industry, construction and the solar technology sector.
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.
Ivana Ristićević advises people from the local population and returnees from all communities at the German Information Centre on Migration, Training and Employment (DIMAK) in Belgrade.
Thousands of women and men made direct contact with potential employers at the first digital job fair in Tunisia. It was a great success for both sides.
The Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CSAEM) has introduced a comic presenting the risks of irregular migration, as well as the opportunities available to people in Senegal.