Albert was a street kid. It took a lot of staying power and support from the Center for Youth Integration for him to attend college and move into an apartment, but now he’s working in catering and has big plans for his daughter.
The Nigerian-German Centre helped me when I was in a difficult situation. Now I’m self-employed and proud of my own shop.
A radio programme in Senegal is providing information on the risks of irregular migration and local job opportunities. The programme is being broadcast in French and the local languages Wolof, Fulani and Diola.
For its anniversary, SOLWODI (Solidarity with Women in Distress) is placing the spotlight on the women who receive advice and support from the organisation. An interview regarding a special exhibition and Return in Dignity.
Karima came back to Morocco after 10 years abroad. She started to produce natural cosmetics. Help from EIMA meant she could develop her micro business. And she still has many plans for the future.
The Ghana Job Fair had a focus on green issues this year. Several thousand people visited the various locations over the four days of the fair - all looking for jobs, new ideas and training options.
After graduating, Matilda dreamed of having a job in the media industry. When this wish didn’t come true, the job fair in Ghana encouraged her to start her own business.
I had to come back to Morocco after a few years in Europe. Help from EIMA meant I could open my own, modern hairdressing salon. I’m now devoting myself to something I love.
This is where you can start a career. People looking for jobs and companies in Kosovo can get together again at a job fair in November 2022 – both in person and online.
Frederick has become self-employed after coming back to Ghana. He was helped to do this with support from the Ghanaian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (GGC), among others. Today he’s continuing his training in his specialist welding company. Frederick is optimistic about the future.