Coach Gildas Bagné, who works for Social Impact’s StartHope@Home project, helps returnees develop a business idea and a business plan for a fresh start in their country of origin. He plans each coaching individually to achieve maximum impact.
My wife and I have continued to run our business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The advice and help I got from the PGFRC made it possible for me to get my business up and running not long after I returned.
Participants in a training course organised by the Deutsche Sparkassenstiftung for International Cooperation gained new knowledge and new confidence. Here, four of them tell us how their businesses can take off successfully.
Conversations with potential employers, workshops on important career issues, and above all plenty of encouragement: impressions from the Ghana Job Fair 2021.
The help I received meant I could start over again as a farmer.
Starting my own delivery service means I can offer career prospects to other young people.
The knowledge I gained from a training course in fish farming meant I could set up my own company.
My sister and I set up our own fashion label in my native Nigeria.
Getting to know your future employer online – virtual job fairs make it possible. The German Information Centres for Migration, Vocational Training and Career (DIMAK) in Serbia and Albania also use this format. In a joint interview, Marija Brankovic from DIMAK Serbia and Earli Shima from DIMAK Albania talk about their experiences with virtual job fairs and the challenges and opportunities of the concept.