When the students finish their apprenticeships, the association provide a tool box to start their professional life, as agreed on point 4.2.

                The association continues the search for sponsors for the unprivileged apprentices.

                Depending on the availability, the association provides the necessary equipment to the apprentices (tools, machines, copybooks, books etc...) as well as other materials such as pharmaceutical products, powdered milk, clothes etc to those who apply.

                 Being a precursor for that type of activity, the association can not rely on any financial help from the government; the current legislation is not providing grants for the apprenticeship centres in this country.

              In 2005, to the great satisfaction of the ADM members the work done at Masih Iqbal Centre has been officially recognised by the Cameroun Ministry of Employment (MINEFOP). All these centres are situated in Cameroun.