Amie Jobe: A Gambian woman tells her story about human trafficking and what's like to be a black woman in an Egyptian cell
Backway No Way
by Backway No Way
8M ago
Amie Jobe is a survivor of human trafficking. She was lured into travelling to Cairo, Egypt in a promise for better life. It wasn't fulfilled. She escaped her ‘agents’ (traffickers] and returned to her Mum's town in Kaolack, Senegal before moving to The Gambia a year later. Amie is now helping other trafficked women to settle and integrate into society. She tells her story is this episode of Backway No Way Podcast. For more details on this and other stories visit our website and or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik-Tok and Youtube.  ..read more
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Amie Jobe: A Gambian woman tells her story about human trafficking and what's like to be a black woman in an Egyptian cell
Backway No Way
by Backway No Way
3y ago
Amie Jobe is a survivor of human trafficking. She was lured into travelling to Cairo, Egypt in a promise for better life. It wasn't fulfilled. She escaped her ‘agents’ (traffickers] and returned to her Mum's town in Kaolack, Senegal before moving to The Gambia a year later. Amie is now helping other trafficked women to settle and integrate into society. She tells her story is this episode of Backway No Way Podcast. For more details on this and other stories visit our website and or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik-Tok and Youtube.  ..read more
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Migrant Abuse: Victim makes desperate plea for help to return home to Sierra Leone
Backway No Way
by Backway No Way
3y ago
"My 'sponsor' wants to rape me, and all I want now is a ticket to go home" - a desperate plea for help from a Sierra Leonean migrant worker on the run from an abusive boss in Muscat, Oman.  When she was 21 years old, Adama Turay lost her father - the breadwinner of her family. With a critically ill mother, the family struggled to make a living. When a woman woman offered her a waitressing job in Muscat, the capital city Oman, she welcomed the opportunity. However, Ms. Turay soon found out that the agent had a different job in mind: domestic slavery.  "I sat my WASCE (West Africa Seni ..read more
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Backway No Way
by Backway No Way
3y ago
This is a campaign Podcast highlighting stories of irregular migrants from Africa in search of dreams. The so called 'Backway' is a travel phenomenon where African youths embark on dangerous journeys in search of jobs and better lives. These travels almost always ends in tragedy and sorrow. Irregular migrants are often vulnerable to human trafficking gangs, smugglers and exploitative labour practices. Backway No Way campaign podcast seeks to raise awareness by highlighting stories, provoke genuine debates about the causes of irregular migration and suggest solutions to problems and challenges ..read more
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