Former migrant launches political party in Niger

Oumarou Maman Rabiou has just launched his political party, the Party for Unity, Solidarity and Development (PUSD-Lokatchi)....
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Baldé, a Senegalese migrant, opens a restaurant in Agadez

We’re in Agadez’s main square. A young, well-dressed man welcomes us. His name is Baldé Chérif Ousmane and he’s a...
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Pélagie, a young migrant turned hairdresser in Agadez

“I’m 24 years old, and married with one child. I came to Agadez to continue on to Libya and then Italy. But I preferred...
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‘’If you travel irregularly and die, you will no longer be able to fulfil your dream’’ – James Johnson, Liberian migrant

James Johnson, a Liberian migrant, left his country in 2014 because he had a dream of pursuing quality higher education in...
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Claude Edah, former migrant, now proud of his decision to stay in Niger

Claude Edah is Beninese migrant living in Niger. After arriving in this transit country to migrate to Europe, he rather succeeded...
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From former irregular migrant to teacher

Thousands of irregular migrants put their lives at risk by crossing the Niger desert. Adosi, a 27-year-old young Togolese, came...
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Tired of uncertain journeys, a migrant opens his business

“I had always thought that my future was far from my country. I never thought I could build a future for myself at home in...
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“I never thought I’d get out of this hell alive” Esther, former irregular migrant.

Irregular migrants take the risk of crossing the Niger desert to Libya and are facing many tragedies.  Esther, a young Beninese...
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“The conditions of my forced repatriation were terrible. I was separated from my family. ” Tchambi, former irregular migrant

N’donkeu Tchambi, a 34-year-old Cameroonian, spent eight years of his life in an irregular migration adventure that took...
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