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Now this is the scenario for those who arrive and are entitled to papers, but what about those who arrive and find themselves sliding in the illegal status. I recall working with a health organization which supported Africans living in Germany and more often than not we had clients who had no papers. Their rights of obtaining the famous “papers” were legally exhausted, or they are just not in a position to get them out of the illegal status. When asked if returning back home would be an alternative, this was completely out of question for them.
What made me totally annoyed (for some reason) were the elderly illegal African migrants who were forced to beg for a couch to sleep on, who predominately relied on their African churches for food and possible small change to travel back to what they temporarily call home. These elder people are now grandmothers and grandfathers of people back home and under normal circumstances they would be playing their major role of being grandparents.
The reason why I want to address this topic is because I have seen just too many of these situations. In most cases these people are living parallel to our society and are in most cases they are not aware of their opportunities to go back home instead of living under these inhuman conditions.
Africa has moved from frontier markets to emerging markets and the opportunity line has increased dramatically. Especially now that many of these Governments have changed their political systems allowing freedom of speech and economic development. And, more important, most of these Governments are creating platforms for diaspora to go back home and play a major role in developing the country.
Countries like Kenya have made diaspora a political issue and are making rules and regulations which are diaspora friendly. However, most people living in the diaspora are really not aware of these opportunities and do also not trust them for some reason or another. Success stories from home should be making their ways back to Europe as a means of encouraging our people to find their way back home instead of suffering in the cold grey weathers of Europe.
Currently there is a large scale goat farming business in Malindi (Kenya) which is targetting Kenyans in the diaspora. The concept is ideal and has taken into consideration the special needs of Kenyans in the diaspora. They make it possible to take part in the project and to have something to fall back to if they arrive back home. The Agri and Agro business in Africa is new and there is a lot of room and opportunity for Africans to venture into the line of trade. Unexploited like other sectors, Agri business requires that you work in co-operation with a team of experts who make it possible for you to implement the project. Binuru Farms Management offers their services as agri-business expert caretakers to anybody interested in venturing in large scale goat farming business.