The Prien Model
- Coaching and supporting migrants from West Africa who want to return to their countries of origin in order to create a livelihood and business opportunities for themselves.
- Working together with migrants at eye level (see Yamlé)
- Developing lighthouse projects which show that success in the home countries is possible
- Creating prospects in the home countries for the returnee, his or her family, employees and community.
- Funding innovations in economic, social and cultural areas.
- Making contact with the returnees
- Creating teams to support the projects
- Creating a business plan in cooperation with the programme „StartHope@Home“ by the coaching agency Social Impact
- Joined fundraising (presentations by the returnees, donation campaigns etc.)
- Accompanying the returnees and continued project support in the home countries
- Start-up funding at the beginning, afterwards staggered provision of donations depending on the development of the project
Anticipated long-term effects:
- Creating a better understanding within the German population for the challenges in the home countries of the returnees and for political and economic coherences in the area of migration and development cooperation
- Building steady relationships that lay the ground for an ethical economic cooperation between Germany and the home countries of the returnees in accordance with the Agenda 2030.
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