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January 28, 2020
In today's Digest, we look at how migrant reintegration creates sustainable jobs for youths in Burkina Faso. In Côte d'Ivoire, we meet Ange, a returned migrant who hopes to become a prominent business leader. In Senegal, family farms help combat unemployment and irregular migration. Our focus this week is on Guinea where a group of 20 youths received funding to set up a poultry farm as part of their economic reintegration. Also, an association of returned migrants organize information sessions for their peers to better explain the reintegration process back home.
Creating Sustainable Employment Opportunities: A Key Factor for Returned Migrant Reintegration in Burkina Faso (IOM)
Focus on ... Guinea
A handful of Chickens and a Bit of Hope: Aboubacar's Story (IOM)

Comment le partage d’expériences permet de retrouver sa place une fois de retour (OIM)

Côte d'Ivoire -  Ange : Un commerçant aux grandes ambitions (IOM) 
Sénégal - Les fermes « naatangué » pour lutter contre la migration irrégulière (Dakaractu)
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