The project aims to provide at least 500 returning migrants with access to various services that increase their chances of recruitment. This includes, on the one hand, the establishment of an evaluation process and the certification of the professional skills of returning migrants in the construction and tourism sector. Existing services (job placement, development of entrepreneurial skills of returning migrants) will also be improved. The potential for certification of competencies is high, and pilot activities are being carried out to extend the reach to Guatemala and Honduras.
Since returning migrants have no access to financing mechanisms, the project will pilot the involvement of diaspora organisations that support returning migrants in setting up their own businesses. The certification of the skills of returning migrants is a cost-effective way to meet the need of skilled workers in the construction and tourism sector and at the same time create income opportunities for returning migrants. Recognition of skills acquired abroad facilitates the productive reintegration of returning migrants into the labour market and at the same time increases the competitiveness of the economic sectors concerned.
Results 2018 - 2019