CARITAS INTERNATIONALIS FOCUSE SUR LE MALI —- CARITAS INTERNATIONALIS FOCUSE ON MALI —- CARITAS INTERNATIONALIS FOCUSES ON MALI

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Le correspondant officiel de RECOWACERAO NEWS AGENCY, RECONA, basé à Bamako, la capitale du Mali, l’un des pays de première ligne qui composent l’organisation RECOWA-CERAO a déposé une nouvelle intéressante relative aux efforts de CARITAS dans le monde. Il a déclaré ce matin que la direction de la confédération mondiale des agences de secours catholiques, Caritas Internationalis (CI), offre aide et réconfort aux migrants quittant l’Afrique pour l’Europe via le Mali, les héberge et leur fournit «soutien et conseils sur leur chemin. ”

Le soutien aux migrants est réalisé à Caritas Migrant House dans le canton de Gao au Mali, indique la direction de CI dans un rapport à l’occasion de la Journée internationale des migrants célébrée le 18 décembre chaque année.

«La maison des migrants Caritas est un sanctuaire où les migrants peuvent trouver du soutien et des conseils sur leur voyage», déclarent les responsables de CI dans le rapport du 18 décembre. Alors que les migrants de passage dans la ville de Gao au Mali en route pour l’Europe se préparent à «leur terrible voyage à travers le désert du Sahara», Caritas Migrant House «les accueille et leur offre aide et réconfort», déclarent des responsables de CI dans le rapport.

Pendant la pandémie, le nombre de migrants arrivant à Gao est passé à 300 en moyenne par jour. Caritas a gardé la porte ouverte tout au long de la période; ils disent. Le refuge, qui accueille en moyenne 300 migrants par jour, offre «une assistance pratique telle que des soins de santé et d’hygiène, mais se concentre également sur l’éducation pour garantir que les migrants prennent une décision éclairée avant de migrer», ont ajouté les responsables de l’entité mondiale.

«Certains des migrants décident de se former à des compétences telles que la coiffure ou la maçonnerie et cherchent du travail à Gao plutôt que de continuer leur voyage», ajoutent des responsables de la confédération mondiale des agences humanitaires catholiques. Une étude de Pew Research indique que la migration en provenance de l’Afrique subsaharienne a considérablement augmenté depuis 2010.

Selon le HCR, des milliers de réfugiés et de migrants meurent, tandis que beaucoup souffrent de violations extrêmes des droits de l’homme lors de voyages irréguliers entre l’Afrique de l’Ouest et de l’Est et la côte méditerranéenne de l’Afrique. Dans le rapport du 18 décembre, les responsables de CI disent que la plupart des migrants logés à Caritas Migrant House viennent du Niger et d’autres pays africains, mais il y a aussi des personnes du Pakistan, du Sri Lanka et d’autres pays non africains.

«L’insécurité accrue dans le nord du Mali est une des causes de la migration; la pauvreté et le rêve d’une vie meilleure sont les autres », disent-ils. «Beaucoup des migrants que nous recevons et qui sont revenus d’Algérie sont arrivés dans un très mauvais état de santé. Certains d’entre eux souffrent de maladies graves comme la tuberculose et nous veillons à ce qu’ils soient hospitalisés », ont-ils ajouté.

Dans le rapport, les responsables de CI déclarent également que «les migrants sont victimes d’une injustice mondiale résultant de systèmes politiques et économiques». «Nous les soutenons dans leur quête d’un refuge plus sûr où ils peuvent réaliser leur rêve d’une vie meilleure et vivre dans la dignité», ont déclaré les responsables de CI, ajoutant qu’ils prônaient «des voies légales et sûres et un accès aux services pour les migrants».

 


The official Correspondent of RECOWACERAO NEWS AGENCY, RECONA, based in Bamako, the capital city of Mali, one of the frontline countries that make up RECOWA- CERAO organization has filed in an interesting news relating to the efforts of CARITAS in the world. He stated this morning that the leadership of the global confederation of Catholic relief agencies, Caritas Internationalis (CI), is offering help and comfort to migrants leaving Africa for Europe through Mali, housing them and providing them with “support and advice on their journey. ”

The support to the migrants is realized at Caritas Migrant House in Mali’s Gao township, CI leadership indicates in a report on the occasion of International Migrants Day marked December 18 annually.

“Caritas migrant house is a sanctuary where migrants can find support and advice on their journey,” CI officials say in the December 18 report. As migrants passing through the town of Gao in Mali on their way to Europe prepare for “their daunting journey across the Sahara Desert”, Caritas Migrant House “welcomes and offers them help and comfort,” officials of CI say in the report.

During the pandemic, the number of migrants arriving in Gao has increased to an average of 300 per day. Caritas has kept the door open throughout the period; they say. The shelter, which receives an average of 300 migrants daily offers “practical assistance such as health and hygiene support but also focuses on education to ensure migrants take an informed decision before migrating,” officials of the global entity further say.

“Some of the migrants decide to train in skills such as hairdressing or bricklaying and look for work in Gao rather than continuing on their journey,” officials of the global confederation of Catholic relief agencies add. A study by Pew Research indicates that migration from sub-Saharan Africa has grown dramatically since 2010.

According to the UNHCR, thousands of refugees and migrants are dying, while many are suffering extreme human rights abuses on irregular journeys between West and East Africa and Africa’s Mediterranean Coast. In the December 18 report, CI officials say that most migrants housed at Caritas Migrant House come from Niger and other African countries, but there are also people from Pakistan, Sri Lanka and other non-African countries.

“Increased insecurity in the north of Mali is one cause of migration; poverty and the dream of a better life are the others, ”they say. “Many of the migrants we receive who have been returned from Algeria arrived in a very poor state of health. Some of them have serious illnesses such as tuberculosis and we’re making sure they get hospital treatment, ”they further say.

In the report, the CI officials also say that “migrants are victims of global injustice resulting from political and economic systems.” “We support them in their quest for a safer haven where they can realize their dream of a better life and live in dignity,” CI officials say, adding that they advocate for “legal and safe pathways and access to services for migrants.”

 


The official Correspondent of RECOWACERAO NEWS AGENCY, RECONA, based in Bamako, the capital city of Mali, one of the frontline countries that make up RECOWA- CERAO organization has filed in an interesting news relating to the efforts of CARITAS in the world. He stated this morning that the leadership of the global confederation of Catholic relief agencies, Caritas Internationalis (CI), is offering help and comfort to migrants leaving Africa for Europe through Mali, housing them and providing them with “support and advice on their journey.”

The support to the migrants is realized at Caritas Migrant House in Mali’s Gao township, CI leadership indicates in a report on the occasion of International Migrants Day marked December 18 annually.

“Caritas migrant house is a sanctuary where migrants can find support and advice on their journey,” CI officials say in the December 18 report. As migrants passing through the town of Gao in Mali on their way to Europe prepare for “their daunting journey across the Sahara Desert”, Caritas Migrant House “welcomes and offers them help and comfort,” officials of CI say in the report.

During the pandemic, the number of migrants arriving in Gao has increased to an average of 300 per day. Caritas has kept the door open throughout the period; they say. The shelter, which receives an average of 300 migrants daily offers “practical assistance such as health and hygiene support but also focuses on education to ensure migrants take an informed decision before migrating,” officials of the global entity further say.

“Some of the migrants decide to train in skills such as hairdressing or bricklaying and look for work in Gao rather than continuing on their journey,” officials of the global confederation of Catholic relief agencies add. A study by Pew Research indicates that migration from sub-Saharan Africa has grown dramatically since 2010.

According to the UNHCR, thousands of refugees and migrants are dying, while many are suffering extreme human rights abuses on irregular journeys between West and East Africa and Africa’s Mediterranean Coast. In the December 18 report, CI officials say that most migrants housed at Caritas Migrant House come from Niger and other African countries, but there are also people from Pakistan, Sri Lanka and other non-African countries.

“Increased insecurity in the north of Mali is one cause of migration; poverty and the dream of a better life are the others,” they say.  “Many of the migrants we receive who have been returned from Algeria arrived in a very poor state of health. Some of them have serious illnesses such as tuberculosis and we’re making sure they get hospital treatment,” they further say.

In the report, the CI officials also say that “migrants are victims of global injustice resulting from political and economic systems.” “We support them in their quest for a safer haven where they can realize their dream of a better life and live in dignity,” CI officials say, adding that they advocate for “legal and safe pathways and access to services for migrants.”

Rev. Fr. George Nwachukwu

Rev. Fr. George Nwachukwu

RECOWACERAO NEWS AGENCY (RECONA) a été créé par le Révérend Père George Nwachukwu, le directeur de la communication de RECOWA-CERAO. Il s'agit d'une agence de presse catholique internationale uniquement au service de l'Église dans la sous-région ouest-africaine. Ce moyen médiatique attaché au bureau de RECOWACERAO a pour objectif de raconter l'histoire de l'Afrique en fournissant une couverture médiatique de tous les événements pertinents sur le continent africain, en donnant de la visibilité à la Conférence épiscopale ouest-africaine, aux activités de l'Église à travers l'Afrique, à la Cité du Vatican et le monde en général.

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