Success Stories from Africans whose vocational and professional qualifications got recognised in Germany.

 

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Nelson Safaissour, born in Cameroon, received approbation as a doctor back in October 2013. Today he is working in the gynaecology department at a hospital in Leisnig Saxony.

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Michelle Ange Monteu comes from Cameroon and has been living in Germany. After completing her medical studies and working as a doctor in Mali, she followed her husband to Baden-Wüttemberg. She attended several courses to get her professional qualifications recognised, and is now working as a Medical Doctor in Germany. She received particular help and active support from VIA institute in Nuremberg.

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Esther Wamala-Bollig moved to Germany with her husband in 2011. She was trained as a Nurse and midwife in Jinja, Uganda and she received full recognition as a registered general nurse after one and a half years.

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Judith Yawa has lived in Germany since 2004. She has started a family here and also obtained recognition for her Ghanean qualification in order to be able to work as a custom tailor.

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