This section contains videos with information about returning to your home country, job opportunities and starting a business. Are you still in Germany or another country and thinking about going back home? We explain your options for receiving assistance in simple terms. We also tell the stories of other returnees who have successfully managed to improve their lives. Or are you living in your home country, but looking for new career opportunities? Our videos will still give you useful information about the counselling options available to you.More information about the advice centre is available here. >
Videos from Senegal
Videos from Senegal
Video: How we help you to return to your home country
Returning home and reintegration in achievable steps. This video shows you how the services provided by “Returning to New Opportunities” can help you with this. You will learn
- how you can plan your return to your home country even while still in Germany
- and the opportunities for help that are available.
You will see
- who will advise you locally after you arrive back home, so that you can turn your plans into reality and make your new start.
Training for further processing of fruit and vegetables
The Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CSAEM) regularly offers training courses on entrepreneurship. Training courses on processing fruit and vegetables into juice, jam or compote are in great demand. The video shows a training in November 2020 in Dakar for around 20 young Senegalese.
Fashion for mothers and children
I’ve set up a business in Senegal making maternity and baby clothing. The advice I got from the Senegalese-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CSAEM) helped me a lot with this. A business start-up seminar taught me a lot about managing a business, bookkeeping, attracting customers and marketing.
INFORM, ADVISE, TRAIN, ACCOMPANY
The Senegalese-German Centre trains you and accompanies you in your job search, your business start-up project or your social reintegration in Senegal.
Find out more here (Video in French)