The “Amal” association cooperates closely with the German-Tunisian Centre. Their common objective: advising, supporting and training women in difficult situations.
Studying abroad is a dream for many young people in The Gambia. Clients attending an event at Westfield Junction, Serrekunda were given information on the various options, scholarships and application procedures.
I spent many years working abroad as an electrician, but I missed my family. When I came back to Pakistan in 2018, I wasn’t initially earning enough. A friend told me about the services offered by the PGFRC. And that’s how my new start began.
The Egyptian-German Center for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (EGC) has opened 14 new spaces for training in many regions of the country.
Robert and Yvonne have succeeded in making a fresh start with an organic cosmetics company. The Ghanaian-German Center for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (GGC) has supported the couple on this path.
My company combats pollution caused by plastic. We produce bags that can be re-used multiple times. The GGC helped me to start my business.
Twice now I’ve emigrated to Germany and then returned to Serbia. Thanks to DIMAK, I’ve finally found an opportunity in Serbia. Things are now a lot better for my family and me, even if it's not easy.
The coordinator of the Gambian-German Advisory Centre talks about its diverse range of services to help people make a new start.
A women’s association has been given CSAEM support to start a successful chicken farming business in Dakar. The members now have additional income for themselves and their families.
Supporting children and young people is one of the priorities of DIMAK’s work in Serbia. The Center for Youth Integration is a significant partner in doing this.