N'Djamena

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Martin Wieslinger

"It was a relief to realize that there are more expat families settling in Chad and to have someone to discuss 'culture shock' with. "

Helen Laidboe

"Moving to Chad as an expat spouse did made me worry. But through InterNations, I got to know other expat women here in town. Thanks!"

InterNations - A Place for Portuguese in N'Djamena

Olá to all of our Portuguese in N'Djamena! Are you interested in getting to know fellow Portuguese expats in N'Djamena? Are you looking for advice from other Portuguese, e.g. which bars in N'Djamena will broadcast your favorite team’s upcoming match or where in town to go for cozido à Portuguesa?

You are cordially invited to be part of InterNations N'Djamena. Among the members of our international expat network, there is also a vibrant circle of Portuguese expats, coming from Lisbon, Faro, Porto and all regions of Portugal.

Meet fellow Portuguese at our events in N'Djamena

Attend our monthly events and activities for Portuguese expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

Find More Information in Our N'Djamena Expat Guides

  • Moving to N'Djamena

    Foreigners moving to Chad must obtain a visa before entering the country, so make sure you know which documents you’ll have to present to your Chadian embassy when applying. It’s also important to be aware of just how hot it can get and prepare accordingly. Read on for more info on N’Djamena.
  • Living in N'Djamena

    As the central city of Chad, N'Djamena offers plenty of cultural resorts and historical attractions. As such, living in N'Djamena can be both, exciting and challenging, as there are many dynamics in this developing region. Our Expat Guide helps you gain a deeper insight into life in N'Djamena.
  • Working in N'Djamena

    N'Djamena is the economic capital of Chad, and is well known for its production and exportation of agriculture. There is always need for skilled laborers in N'Djamena, and many expats are found working in N’Djamena’s oil and gas sector. Read on to learn more about the economy, jobs, and taxes.

Portuguese Expats in N'Djamena Share Their Experiences

InterNations is a place where Portuguese expats in N'Djamena exchange experiences and tips to support each other. The restful town on the Chari river can be a great place for expats - our community helps you make the most of your experience!

  • Browse our Members Network to get to know N'Djamena’s Portuguese expats.
  • Take part in our Expat Forums to obtain first hand tips from fellow Portuguese expats in N'Djamena.
  • Use the Expat Guide for N'Djamena to find information on your host city.

Meet Fellow Portuguese in N'Djamena at Our Events

Our community in N'Djamena is also very active offline. Our InterNations Ambassadors organize regular events and various expat activities, e.g. a dinner in N'Djamena’s hippest restaurant or an outing with other Portuguese expats to explore the northern Tibesti mountains. These activities are a casual way to get to know expats from Portugal in your local community as well as Portuguese in Chad nationwide. Interested? Simply become a member and we’ll be happy to welcome you among our Portuguese living in N'Djamena!

Martin Wieslinger

"It was a relief to realize that there are more expat families settling in Chad and to have someone to discuss 'culture shock' with. "

Helen Laidboe

"Moving to Chad as an expat spouse did made me worry. But through InterNations, I got to know other expat women here in town. Thanks!"

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