In Germany at that time, we were not many women, neither in vocational training nor at the university of applied sciences. Among some of the colleagues, we still maintain contact today and find that not much has changed. Women continue to be underrepresented in these areas, but we are initiating necessary changes. In Paraguay, our approach has a good reputation, which has spread both among young people and in the companies. As a result, we have already been able to attract more young women to the industry. I try to attract and train some of the trained mechatronics technicians as vocational school teachers, as I consider the comprehensive involvement of women in the field to be essential. It is not easy to assert oneself in the supposed male domain of mechatronics and electrical engineering. For this reason, we have developed and acquired another project that teaches young Paraguayan women specific skills on the subject of occupational safety and health so that they can take on higher-quality positions in the companies, e.g. as occupational health and safety officers.