Training in Germany


As a Young Professional participating in the related program of the DED (German Development Service), I underwent a tree week course in the InWent Training Center. The DED Inhouse Courses provided professional and menthal training to prepare to development workers for their jobs abroad all over the world.

Since last Monday I am getting used to the works and structures of the department for public relation and education in the DED headquarters. My duties in Tajikistan will be to facilitate the public relation activities of the DED in Central Asia to foster and enhance the image and the presence of the DED in the region, and to establish synergies and network relations between active and potential cooperation partners for development. Various instruments will be applied during the one-year assignment, reaching from the structuring and maintainace of the regional website, to the elaboration of publications, advertising material, workshops, events etc.


3 Responses to “Training in Germany”

  1. Massoumeh Says:

    what fantastic photos. I’ve also visited Bukhara but have no photos of it. These are great. Could I use them sometimes when I write about the region please? I will of course put your name on it. I was UN spokesperson in tajikistan 1998-2000 and love the country. We had to go to Uzbekistan after 4 UN staff were killed in dushanbe.

    Massoumeh Torfeh
    Research associate, SOAS,
    London University

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