On 18 December 2021, the non-governmental organisation Progettomondo, in collaboration with the “Alphas Attitude” club of the National School of Commerce and Management of the Sultan Moulay Slimane University, Béni Mellal, commemorated International Migrants Day in the university campus.Lire la suite
Since the beginning of 2021, Moroccan police have arrested more than 12,000 people trying to leave the country using irregular forms of migration. According to their own reports, they have also dismantled 150 smuggling networks.
Morocco’s Directorate General of National Security said in a statement carried by the country’s official MAP agency that it had detained “415 organisers and mediators and 12,231 candidates for illegal immigration.”Lire la suite
Spanish police said Tuesday that they rescued 105 migrants who were adrift at sea in a small boat between the Canary Islands and the West African coast.
They had been at sea for more than two weeks but were still 440 miles from the Spanish Canary Islands and 160 miles from Nouadhibou, Mauritania.
When Spanish police arrived, many people could not walk due to exhaustion and dehydration.Lire la suite
A series of discussion and awareness-raising initiatives on concrete alternatives to irregular migration were organised by the Employment and Training network of the SafeJourney project.Lire la suite
The Spanish coast guard rescued 137 migrants who were attempting to reach the Canary Islands overnight, the emergency services said Thursday.
A pregnant woman was taken to a hospital, but the rest managed to survive the treacherous journey that has claimed hundreds of lives so far this year.Lire la suite
As part of an “Information Campaign on the Risks of Irregular Migration” within the project SafeJourney, three appointments were organised by Progettomondo in the town of Béni Mellal from the 20th to 23rd of September.Lire la suite
Empowering the capabilities of institutional organizations and associations working in education by promoting inclusive and social development for the young generations.Lire la suite
« We entered Ceuta on foot, surrounding the barrier that marks the border between the two countries. We had a lot of hope. » says Daniel, a Cameroonian living in Beni Mellal and who succeeded in entering the Spanish Lire la suite