I am a migrant is a space for people on the move to share their personal stories and journeys, challenge stereotypes, and lead the narrative on migration.
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2,799 KMof courage
We must always keep a positive spirit because whatever the difficulties, experiences in countries cannot be compared.
Jeanne Vao (Mama Jeanne)
1,279 KMof courage
Each person must do something in order to change the world, so that the world becomes a better place. Even if it might seem insignificant, a small step will do.
2,600 KMof courage
I believe that everyone has skills to offer, but learning to be an entrepreneur is key.
7,200 KMof courage
I am not ashamed of who I truly am. I will join my fellow brothers and sisters to celebrate Pride united and proud.
700 KMof courage
What I would like the most is to have my valid residency card so I can live peacefully.
8,900 KMof courage
Now, away from my home, I strongly realize that I really love my country and my people.
2,000 KMof courage
When we see that some are struggling, others will offer free food or discounts for goods at their shops
3,100 KMof courage
I am glad that I decided to return to Ghana to beat all odds, including my disability, and to give others hope. Disability is not inability!