The Mobility Center on BRICS

Country: Russia
Status: Supported project

A joint venture partnership between United Immigration Center (Russia) and Africans Do Travel Pty Ltd (South Africa) for the development of the physical Russia-SA Mobility Center on BRICS in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.

The Russia-South Africa Mobility Center on BRICS is a groundbreaking initiative from Russia with a projected investment value of R47million, this facility is set to create 100-150 direct jobs during normal operations and have a significant impact on 2000 specialist training and placement opportunities every month.

The primary objective of the Center is to facilitate smooth and efficient movement of people between countries for purposes of education, work, and tourism. Population mobility plays a crucial role in achieving sustainable development and economic stability worldwide.

As a one-stop service hub, the Center will offer a wide range of services catering to citizens’ diverse needs, including labour migrants, tourists, students, and employers seeking foreign specialists. By streamlining and simplifying processes, the Center aims to make mobility between these nations hassle-free and mutually beneficial for all stakeholders.

The project headquarters has already been established in Moscow, Russia, and the joint venture includes the development of a digital platform. The multifunctional digital platform will be developed to provide convenient and expeditious services, including consultations, document preparation, and processing for labour migration.

Key benefits of the BRICS Mobility Center:
1. Enhancing mobility contributes to the movement of the workforce to where it is most in demand,
thereby increasing production and contributing to the economy.

2. Mobility of specialists facilitates to the dissemination of knowledge and the transfer of cutting-edge technologies between countries.

3. Mobile workers can invest resources in their countries of origin, fostering economic development
and also, by utilizing its potential, address the needs of the developing businesses in the region.

4. The exchange of cultural and social values helps strengthen ties between countries and broaden the
horizons of the population.

5. Travel and living in different countries assist individuals in developing intercultural skills and adapting to diverse environments.

6. Mobility of students and scholars promotes the exchange of knowledge and expertise between universities and research institutes.

7. Enhanced Education Quality: students will have access to universities with high rankings and expertise
in specific fields.

Project’s initiator: Russian Chapter and South African Chapter.

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