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Children – A steadily increasing motivation for migration to Yemen

With a wary smile eleven year-old Aisha began to describe ... Read More »

Risky transit – The plight of an Ethiopian woman in Puntland

Fawzia is a 30 year old Ethiopian woman, originally from ... Read More »

A Somali trafficked child finds protection in Yemen

A Somali trafficked child finds protection in Yemen

November 2010 – Her name is Aziza. She is a young ... Read More »

A Somali mother’s tale of betrayal, revenge and resettlement

A Somali mother’s tale of betrayal, revenge and resettlement

ADEN, Yemen, October 15 (UNHCR) – A refugee’s kindly gesture in ... Read More »

One story too many, a Somali minor’s ordeal of flight and rape

One story too many, a Somali minor’s ordeal of flight and rape

October 2010 – Fatima’s heart is overburdened with suffering and hardship. ... Read More »

Yemen Mixed Migration Task Force website launched

A brand new Yemen Mixed Migration Task Force website was ... Read More »

Deadly incidents mark the start of the sailing season in the Gulf of Aden

Deadly incidents mark the start of the sailing season in the Gulf of Aden

ADEN, Yemen, September 17 (UNHCR) – The new sailing season for ... Read More »

Migrants stranded in Obock between life and death

Migrants stranded in Obock between life and death

August 2010 – Qamar fled for the first time to Yemen ... Read More »

USA Trafficking in Persons Report 2010, Yemen, Somalia, Ethiopia

YEMEN - Yemen is a transit and destination country for women and children from the Horn of Africa; Ethiopian and Somali women and children travel willingly to Yemen with the hope of working in other Gulf countries, but once they reach Yemen are forced into prostitution or domestic servitude. Read More »

Trapped in Somalia-displacement to neighbouring countries down

Trapped in Somalia-displacement to neighbouring countries down

Fardousa is a 30 years old Somali refugee. She recently arrived by boat in Yemen for the second time in her life, bringing her baby daughter with her. Fardousa explained to the Danish Refugee Council staff who registered her that she left Mogadishu where she was born at the age of 14. She has been on the move ever since. Read More »

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