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 Salma Alarmachi, co-founder Jasmin Catering, meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel Image courtesy: Jasmin Catering Facebook Page

Salma Alarmachi, co-founder Jasmin Catering, meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel Image courtesy: Jasmin Catering Facebook Page

Refugee Crisis Part III: Fatet hummus, burak, kawag give Germany a taste of Syria

Refugee crisis is an oft-heard term in regular parlance. Ever since German chancellor Angela Merkel's famous 2015 "Wir schaffen das!" (We'll manage it) speech, Germany has emerged as a European nation taking in the most number of refugees.


Faktor A | Das Arbeitgebermagazin

Jas­min Ca­te­ring: Neu­an­fang mit Ge­schmack

Ein junger Syrer mit E-Business-Kenntnissen und seine kochbegabte Mutter müssen ihre Heimat verlassen. In Berlin gründen sie Jasmin Catering, das nicht nur leckeres Essen, sondern die Kulturen einander näher bringt.


Deutsche Welle

Yesterday a refugee, today an entrepreneur

Many refugees in Germany hope to start their own business. But only a few have achieved that goal so far. Made in Germany meets some Syrians who were able to make that leap and find out what hurdles they faced.


Berliner Morgenpost

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Wie Flüchtlinge in Berlin zu Unternehmern werden

Salma Alarmachi, eine studierte Wirtschaftswissenschaftlerin, betrieb in Damaskus eine Immobilienfirma, besucht seit drei Jahren jeden Tag Deutschkurse und vermittelt ehrenamtlich anderen Frauen, die weder lesen noch schreiben können, in Flüchtlingsheimen Deutschkenntnisse.


The Human Safety Net

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Forging Forward with Courage in Germany

When Fadi Zaim takes the stage to address a group of more than fifty refugees, journalists and social workers, he hardly looks like a man who escaped war and devastation just four short years ago: his smile is infectious, his words inspiring.