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It is difficult for a company to cope with a wide-ranging qualification programme on its own. ForestFinance therefore decided on a development partnership with sequa gGmbH: As partners for educational measures, they trained over 300 forest workers and persons from local forest authorities in Vietnam.

The practical training has not only led to a higher awareness of sustainable environmental protection in forest management but has also raised standards in occupational safety.

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In November 2017, the second phase of the vocational training partnership of German Coblenz Chamber of Crafts and Small Industries started in Rwanda. It ends in October 2020. Rwandan partners are Workforce Development Authority (WDA), Association of Entrepreneurs du Bâtiment et Travaux Publics (AEBTP) as well as Integrated Polytechnic Regional Center (IPRC) East and St. Joseph Integrated Technical College (SJITC).

The project aims at introducing the dual approach in initial trainings for selected occupations in the construction sector. In the second project phase, the pilot courses from phase 1 (painting, tile setting, bricklaying, road construction) will continue and further trainings will be adapted to the dual approach. Selected private sector organisations receive support to get more involved in the planning and implementation of dual education. The company network of the partner schools will be expanded to improve the placement of students in practical phases and in work.

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From January 2018 until January 2019, sequa supports German Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) with the capacity development of business associations in Eastern Sudan at regional and national level and und possibly of the chambers of crafts too in advocacy of member interests through trainings in communication, strategic planning, lobbying, etc.

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In the Himalayas there are around 1,800 species of medicinal and aromatic plants growing in the wild. However, only the smallest part of these valuable plants is processed by local production. Most plants are sold unprocessed to Indian distributers. Due to the lack of production and sales chains the country is losing a great deal of value-added potential. However, Nepalese producers could increase their export volume if they processed their products themselves and increased their international competitiveness. This is where the Nepal Trade Integration Strategy (NTIS) comes in. The aim of NTIS is to enhance the value-added chains for trade in agricultural products and to improve the framework conditions for exporting companies. Together with the Nepalese Chamber of Commerce, GIZ and IPD have been supporting the implementation of NTIS since 2014. GIZ is laying the foundations for better marketing opportunities for medicinal and aromatic plants (e.g. supporting the companies obtain organic certification, introducing production and processing methods). The IPD is offering its expertise in the field of export marketing and equipping companies with vital knowledge on the EU market. In addition, IPD is preparing Nepalese exporters for participation in international trade exhibitions and providing them with contact to the German and European import industry.

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In February 2018, a successful project with Masterwerk GmbH in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) was completed.

During the nearly two-year project in Tuzla, the company has built up the German Competence Centre for Robotics (DKR) in which school leavers, students, university graduates and specialists will be able to attend training courses in the field of robotics

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