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The BMO-Project between the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK) and the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI) commenced in the year 2015. The second 3-year project phase started in September 2018.

The project titled „Pro Value“ seeks to improve income and employment opportunities in rural areas by added value.

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The Chamber and Association Partnership between the German Hamburg Chamber of Trade (HK Hamburg) and the Secondi Takoradi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (STCCI) located in the Western Region started in 2015.

STCCI has received excellent reputation in the field of occupational health and safety and as organiser of the Ghana Extractive Industry Safety Conference (GEISCONon). 

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From summer 2018 until the end of 2019, sequa contributes to the GIZ programme “Promotion of Economy and Employment” (Eco-Emploi) in the priority area “Sustainable Economic Development”. sequa supports the capacity development of selected Business Membership Organisations (BMOs) in Rwanda.

The objective of the BMO capacity development programme is: “To enhance BMOs’ capacities to organize themselves as professional and sustainable associations, which is an essential prerequisite for providing pro-active and demand driven services and effective interest representation for its member companies.”

Only BMOs with strengthened capacities will be able to support the private sector effectively in the implementation of employment-oriented measures.

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The objective of sequa’s contribution is in line with the goal of GIZ’s STEP II programme: “More graduates of TVET find employment.” The focus of sequa`s contribution will be on the readiness of employers and the organised private sector, to actively contribute to an improved training regime, resulting in more qualified trainees with a clear aim at employment within one year of graduation since July 2018..

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Since September 2018, sequa is active with a project for Afghan refugees in Iran. In cooperation with the Iranian Bureau for Aliens and Foreign Immigrants Affairs and German organisations of Skilled Crafts, sequa plans to qualify Afghan refugees in selected professions in the capital city of Teheran as well as in the Iranian provinces of Kerman and Mashhad until February 2022.  The project is funded by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

sequa plans to open an office in Teheran and to recruit Iranian staff. Knowhow regarding vocational qualification will be transferred via short term consultancies from Germany or other countries.

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