What is the main focus of your conversations with returnees? Markus Fiebiger from Zentrale Rückkehrberatung Südbayern (ZRB – Central Return Counselling for Southern Bavaria) in Mühldorf talks about his team’s work.
Training in how to start a business enabled me to turn my hobby into a career.
Kalie is an advisor at the Iraqi-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration in Iraq (GMAC). In the interview, she explains what her job entails and which kind of outcome makes her happy.
Abdourahmane Idaly Kamara is the director of the CSAEM. In this interview he talks about the support offered by the centre.
After our return, my wife and I started all over again: growing vegetables is now our future.
I run my own restaurant in my home town. Thanks to some important support, I can constantly develop my business and so also cope with crises.
Selar is an advisor at the GMAC in Erbil. Here she talks about the daily routine her work provides.
The Nigerian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (NGC) advises people who are seeking new opportunities. This sometimes involves them having to confront their own experiences from the past – and here too the NGC team provides counselling.
DIMAK advisor Nexhmedin Basha can provide psychosocial support if mental stress makes it difficult to earn a living or find a job in Kosovo.
A business training course gave prospective entrepreneurs some important insights and tips.