Specialists in travel to Africa
The report is based on 1970 interviews with migrants from 39 African countries who arrived on European soil through irregular channels and not because they had applied for asylum or international protection. These migrants now live in 13 European nations.
UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner said the report underscored the urgency of accelerating development in Africa. “Despite progress, development is uneven and not fast enough to meet people’s aspirations,” he said.
“By helping us clarify why people choose to leave through irregular channels and what they face when they do, the study adds to the critical debate on the role of human mobility in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and on the best approaches to regulating such migration.”
“The idea of trying to reduce the burden of migration is to look at its causes. It’s government policies that trap people in poverty, they don’t develop anything. The schools that don’t exist, the lack of health services, the corruption, the pressure. That pushes people to migrate”: Serge
European travel organizer
Trade goods from Europe were shipped to Africa for sale and exchanged for enslaved Africans. In turn, Africans were taken to the regions depicted in blue, in what became known as the “Middle Passage.” The enslaved Africans were then exchanged for raw materials, which were returned to Europe to complete the Triangular Trade.
The Middle Passage was considered an intermediary time for those trading from Africa to America. The proximity and intentional division of African communities pre-established by the ship’s crew motivated captive Africans to forge kinship ties that later created enforced transatlantic communities. The length of the transatlantic voyage varied.
The duration of the transatlantic voyage varied widely, from one to six months, depending on weather conditions. The voyage became more efficient over the centuries; while an early 16th century transatlantic voyage averaged several months, by the 19th century the crossing often required less than six weeks. The voyage was often completed in less than six weeks. The African captives were then forced to travel the length of the transatlantic journey. The African captives were then forced to travel the length of the transatlantic voyage.
Best trips to Africa
Are you already thinking about your next vacation and you still don’t know where to go? Well, why don’t you take a look at our travel offers to Africa that Nautalia Viajes offers you. You can undoubtedly enjoy one of the most spectacular destinations to spend your holidays. In addition, thanks to the cheap trips we offer to this destination you will also have the great opportunity to save on your trip and maybe spend that money on who knows, a safari through the African savannah. Do not hesitate and come with us to one of the most beautiful places on the planet!
Sarmiento travels through Europe, Africa and America.
Places as remote and exotic as Mozambique or Malawi, as close as Morocco, or as popular as Kenya, are just some of the elite destinations that Africa has for you in these vacations.
The time has come for you to go to Africa, and in Kerala Travel we have the best option of Organized Tours for you to know the most emblematic places and fill you with adrenaline in the safaris. Do not hesitate and take advantage of one of our offers, we are waiting for you!
The Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Nakuru, the Avenue of the Baobabs, the Masai Mara Park, or the Sahara Desert, are some of the places you should visit at least once in your life. The cities of Johannesburg, Nairobi, Marrakech, Cape Town and Cairo are destinations that not only preserve the best of their traditions, but also work to be elite places, with a cultural, gastronomic and entertainment offer that seeks to compete on a global level.
Whether you are looking for something full of culture and traditions like Morocco or Egypt, or you prefer to give yourself completely to nature in a place as remote as Madagascar, the African continent is about to give you memories that will last a lifetime.