Saturday, October 22, 2016 in Conakry during the ” Open Day on illegal immigration of young Africans ”, organized by the Solidarity Association for Vulnerable Persons (ASPV the People’s Palace) was to improve .Objectif young Guineans living conditions and especially to discourage awareness for those they want to go exploring.
Opening the debate the opportunity is given to Dr Ibrahima Sory Cissé, President of the Solidarity Association for Vulnerable Persons (ASPV), who spoke sue the question of our young migrants and especially the analysis possible for closing deep this burning issue today closed the Guinean youth and of Africa in particular. ”
He also recalled that the association started its activities since 2001, “we started by people displaced by the rebel tour, we also spoke to students displaced by the rebel tour. And the day of today, we have built five (5) schools throughout the country for the displaced students and five (5) health centers for underprivileged children, the result is 50% because we expect to cover all the national territory ” .
Abdoulaye Diallo, IOM representative was at when he said that in the second report recorded for the allocation of migrants in these countries, Senegal has 57.9%, 22% Mali, Gambia 12% and the majority of travelers from Guinea would constitute a new trend compared to last year’s data where Senegal and Gambia occupied the first place.
In the African-European area, Spain is the final destination of the most basic cases followed by Algeria and Italy. Libya, France and Morocco are also the destination indicated by migrants. So the European continent alone has 49.2% of final destination.
According to IOM statistics, January to September 2016, Guinean migrants have registered 925 migrants including 49 people from Morocco, Switzerland 26 people, 4 for Belgium; 6 Holland, one migrant from Britain, Niger 72, Egypt 10 for 173 and 2 from Libya to Cape Verde. What makes 925 total migrants including 794 men, 38 women, 31 children, 326 cases are looped so far and 283 are being ” further said.