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        Migration in Africa in the context of climate change and terrorism
        Migration in Africa in the context of climate change and terrorism

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        Migration in Africa in the context of climate change and terrorism

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        In May 2017, participants from eight African countries gathered at a regional Churches Witnessing with Migrants (CWWM) consultation held in Nairobi, Kenya. The consultation was arranged by the National Association of Women’s Organizations in Uganda-NAWOU and Council for Anglican Provinces in Africa-CAPA, and aimed to paint a factual picture of migration trends on the African continent. Although Africans were popularly portrayed desperately fleeing the continent in droves, and dying in deserts and at sea trying to get to Europe, the actual fact is that there is more migration within the continent than out of it. There are already regional solutions occurring to address the root causes of migration. ....read more

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