With which trades do we work with?
In order to give craftspeople, craft enterprises, companies, and development projects an insight into the markets and local demand, we have analysed the situation in selected countries and summarised the most important key data.
The demand for well-trained carpenters and joiners is great, as the construction industry is growing in many of our partner countries. Wood is an important raw material for many products. The production is still largely characterized by manual work - often the necessary machines and the knowledge for their operation are missing. More information about the woodwork in the individual countries can be found in the flyer.
In the automotive sector, the main focus is on the maintenance and repair of imported vehicles. The manufacturers have an interest in repairing their products on site. This is a particular challenge for new cars, trucks or buses with complex mechatronic and digital components. More information on the automotive trade in the individual countries can be found in the flyer.
The metalworking industry is usually heavily dependent on imports. However, the quality of the materials and products often does not meet European standards, and there is also a great need to develop the existing skills among skilled workers. More information about the metalworking industry in the individual countries can be found in the flyer.
WATER AND SANITATION
Drinking water is a human right. That is why the governments of the countries are working hard to make a nationwide supply possible. Sufficient water is often available, there is rather a lack of pumps and pipes. At the same time there is a great need for water quality improvement. More information about the sanitary trade in the individual countries can be found in the flyer.
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The supply of electricity enables economic development in rural areas. In our partner countries there are often numerous sustainable energy sources that could be better used with the necessary knowledge and technology. In many cases, however, the necessary safety and working standards are still lacking when it comes to installing electrical systems. More information on the electrical engineering trade in the countries of operation can be found in the flyer.
The textile sector is also part of our trades portfolio. There are new opportunities to work on strengthening the engagement of women and for encouraging the growth and expansions of business member associations within the industry.
Other trades also play an important role in development cooperation. From the food industry to the health sector to the ceramics industry - many professions have an urgent need for further vocational training. Your trade is not yet shown? It may well be that we would still like to work with you.
Under the current opportunities you might find what you're looking for.
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