Video contest on migration in West Africa

Video contest on migration in West Africa

written by Michael Thiel

June 22, 2022

Our partner in the MIGRAWARE project CoKnow Consulting asks people from Ghana or Nigeria to participate in a Video contest:

It is my pleasure to invite you to the Best Migration Video Contest of the MIGRAWARE project:https://www.servemebest.com/c/s/aBe

In the MIGRAWARE project, we are working in a team of West African and German researchers funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. We are interested to learn about why and how people migrate from villages to cities or from one country to another. Based on our insights we will provide advice to decision makers on policies to support sustainable livelihoods.

Help us to understand why people migrate by kindly forwarding this invitation to your networks and engaging yourself in the video contest.

Here https://www.servemebest.com/c/s/aBe you can:

  1. answer some questions for us to learn who you are;
  2. upload a 2-minute video about your migration experience; and
  3. leave us your cell phone number and email address, so that we could contact you, if you won the price.

Deadline for submitting your video is August 15th, 2022.

We are looking for your video and wish you good luck!

Your MIGRAWARE-Team

 

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