Road to Recovery: Migrants in Djibouti Get Crucial Mental Health Support

Obock, 7 Oct 2021 – After risking his life to return home from Yemen, Kofi* arrived on the shores of Djibouti looking deeply confused and agitated. Unable to speak coherently, he appeared to be unaware of his surroundings and simply walked around in a daze. At just 20 years old, the young Ethiopian migrant had […]

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Video news footage: ahead of world mental health day, concern for ethiopian refugees rises

As fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region and other areas in the north of the country forces more people to flee their homes, Ethiopian refugees in the camps in south-east Sudan face increasingly dire living conditions, a situation that ultimately greatly impacts their mental health. Daniel is an Ethiopian refugee who fled violence and is now […]

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Central Mediterranean Sea: Population Movement – Operation Update Report n° 1, DREF n° MDR65005

Migration and refugee flows from sub-Saharan and North Africa, the Middle East and into Europe are among the most complex in the world, with acute humanitarian needs for many people on the move. The effects of COVID19 on global mobility have not halted migration flows through the three northward trans-Mediterranean routes (Eastern, Central and Western […]

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Tanzanian President Hails Abdulrazak Gurnah For Winning Nobel Prize In Literature

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzanian President, Samia Suluhu Hassan, congratulated Tanzanian-born writer, Abdulrazak Gurnah, for winning the Nobel Prize in literature. “I congratulate Mr. Abdulrazak Gurnah for winning the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature. The prize is an honour to you, our Tanzanian nation and Africa in general,” President Hassan tweeted. “Gurnah has made Tanzania and […]

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Over 20 Million Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19 In Morocco

RABAT, The total number of people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in Morocco reached 20,047,440, the Moroccan Ministry of Health said yesterday. So far, a total of 23,012,112 first doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Morocco, the ministry said in a statement. The North African country launched a nationwide vaccination campaign on Jan 28, […]

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