Authentic storytelling by migrants for migrants in West Africa
A peer-to-peer messaging campaign that shares invaluable information about safe migration.
Featured Volunteer Associations
Great Esan Returnee’s Association (GERA)
We are poised at exposing the gimmicks of Human Traffickers and the…More information
Giving Is Healing Foundation
Giving is Healing Foundation is a foundation borne out of passion for…More information
Women And Girl Child Against Irregular Migration (WAGCAIM)
WAGCAIM was founded by, Mariama Bundu, a returnee, who has a passion to…More information
Migrants as Messengers
Migrants as Messengers activities are currently taking place in seven countries in West Africa, including Cote d’Ivoire, The Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal, and Sierra Leone. As of 31 March 2020, there had been 18,3371 irregular migrants arriving in Europe from the beginning of 2020, with many of them coming from African countries, including many West African countries.
I am a woman
Gender equality is not a gender contest, it is a call to access to equal rights and opportunities for women, the elimination of all forms of discrimination, violence, exploitation, harmful policies and practices that affects women. We all have a role to play in actualizing a world where no one is left behind. Watch the video to hear some inspiring women.
Knowledge is Power!
Enables young people to make informed decisions about their futures, at home and abroad. The WAKA Well website makes it easier for young people, their families and communities to learn about regular migration procedures, available local opportunities to work, train or study and who to speak to in person for guidance. More than a website, WAKA Well networks young people in communities across West Africa creating media content for television, radio, online campaigns and on-the-ground activities that promote safe and regular migration using a Communication for Development (C4D) approach.
Impact Evaluation Report
Migrants as Messengers: The impact of peer-to-peer communication on potential migrants in Senegal
The report presents key results from a rigorous impact evaluation that assessed the impact of the Migrants as Messengers (MaM) information events in Dakar, Senegal. MaM was a peer-to-peer awareness-raising campaign implemented in Senegal, Guinea and Nigeria from December 2017 to March 2019.