With Nyeta 2.0, we were able to realize an open and multilingual counseling service for people with a history of flight and migration.
For many refugees, the language barrier in particular represents a major challenge. Especially for people from African countries, there are often hardly any language mediators available – resulting in weighty communication problems at public offices and in the health care system, when looking for housing or during integration measures. A lack of information about language acquisition courses or opportunities for social participation also often stands in the way of successful inclusion.
At Jama Nyeta, we speak the first language of many people seeking advice. In this way, we can provide orientation and clarify many questions. If necessary, we also accompany to appointments, can provide on-site support and ensure understanding.