Déjeuna is 28 She tried to cross the sea between Morocco and Spain. She witnessed the death of her best friend. She tried the route through Libya and says she regretted having done so. “Too many threats, too many tortures!” she says.
Every day African migrants embark on a difficult journey with an uncertain outcome. With little opportunity at home, their hope is to find work in Europe. But the risks are many and the chances for success few. DW takes a look at the difficult trek. Read more and watch the video on DW; African migrants endure […]
It is not unusual that among the migrants who risk their lives to cross the desert and the sea there are young graduates and highly skilled professionals. A real human wealth that leaves the continent. Some others decided to stay in Africa and build their future in the midst of their people.
Between huge chaotic cities and “silicon villages” the African youth is doing its best to build a better future, says the Franco-Togolese journalist Ayoko Mensah to the official website of the UNESCO.
Unemployment, malnutrition and xenophobia are some of the problems migrants from the Central African Republic, Nigeria and Chad face every day in Cameroon.
Not only do Africans have difficulty traveling through the world, but their mobility remains very limited even among African countries. This is the result of a report published by the Banking Group for African Development (AfDB) and this is a major constraint to development and regional integration.