News archive: November 2016

Migrant Slave Market in Libya

In 2000, more than 600 African migrants were killed at the hands of Libyan mobs shouting “blacks must go.”


African hopes: Ghana, Winnifred  Selby and her bambou bicycles

One of the main problems the poorest of Africa are facing is the question of mobility. Winnifred Selby, a young Ghanaian entrepreneur wanted to cope with the issue of transport with an intelligent, sustainable, ecological and economic solution.

foto Young liberian woman

Those Africans who choose to stay

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.