Safe JourneY

The project aims to raise awareness among local communities in Beni Mellal-Khenifra, Casablanca-Settat, Tangier-Tetouan and Marrakech-Safi regions about irregular migration issues through the implementation of an information campaign created to inform potential migrants about the multiple risks and also offer legal and safer alternatives.

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What if you stay here?

Job opportunities information in Morocco.

Our Mentors at your Service

Orientation services by our migration experts

Opportunities abroad

Practical information on legal mobility opportunities in Europe

Educational platform

Good practices to increase knowledge and awareness about irregular migration risks


Actualités du projet


A football match, an exhibition and a film: three appointments to send a message about the risks of irregular migration in Morocco.

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 […]


150 migrants storm border with Spain’s Melilla enclave

90 migrants managing to cross from Morocco into Melilla at a point where the border fence crosses the Nano river Melilla and Ceuta, another Spanish territory in North Africa, have […]


Training cycle on the prevention of irregular migration among young people in the Casablanca-Settat region

Empowering the capabilities of institutional organizations and associations working in education by promoting inclusive and social development for the young generations.

Map of migration flows

International migration is one of the main political, economic, demographic, environmental, and cultural issues and challenges that testifies the inequalities of a world that is increasingly interdependent (Wihtol de Wenden, 2014). Even though migration movements affect only 3.5% of the world’s population, it is a global phenomenon. Overall, the number of international migrants is estimated to have increased over the past fifty years. According to UN estimates, 281 million people lived in a country other than their country of birth in 2020, which is 119 million more than in 1990 (153 million) and more than three times the number reached in 1970. Migration movements are characterized by new dynamics: South-South, North-North, North-South, and no longer only South-North.
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Hélène talks about the reasons why she left her country, the sorrow she experienced during her migration journey from Cameroon to Morocco, and the difficulties she encountered.

“My name is Hélène, I am from Cameroon and I am a mother of three children who are still there. I left Cameroon because I wanted to run away from my husband who beat me, threatened me, and no longer allowed me to see my children. One day, a friend from my childhood suggested me to leave Cameroon, because as long as I was there, he would have kept harming me…

Did you know?

+3 Million

People born in Morocco live abroad.


Of the overall population of Morocco is represented by migrants

86 000

sub-Saharan migrants in Morocco

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