Gain an insight into some of our staff’s work in various projects outside Germany. Get inspired and apply at www.giz.de/jobs.
Mbissine Diouf works for GIZ in Senegal. She holds a degree in German studies and communications, and her responsibilities include managing the country office’s PR activities. The Senegalese national is proud to work for a German employer, and pleased that her work is helping show Senegal’s young people they have prospects in their home country.
Andreas Villar and his family have emigrated to Mexico, where he manages the Mexican-German Climate Change Alliance. Together with a team of Mexicans and Germans, he is supporting international climate change mitigation. Doing something worthwhile motivates him – as does the thought of leaving behind a positive, better world for his children.
Karin Pluberg works for GIZ as a legal expert in Kosovo. She is helping reform the local legal system, as better legal and public administration structures form the foundations of a stable state. She finds it exciting to work towards a common goal with many people from different cultures.
Konrad De Bortoli is helping reform Myanmar’s vocational education system. The objective is to give young people a good education, enabling them to find employment and earn decent wages. The project manager particularly enjoys working with the local partner to refine German know-how and develop a tailor-made solution.