Guinea

A baby was among a group of migrants rescued by the Spanish coast guard and brought to Arguineguin, Gran Canaria, on Tuesday, 18 February, 2020 | Photo: Reuters/B. Suarez
African migrants climb the border from Morocco to Spain's North African enclave of Ceuta, Spain | Photo: Reuters/Reuters TV
Lamine explains how he places his bet in a betting parlour in Bonn, Germany | Photo: Marco Wolter
Mamou’s public transport station is the main point of departure for the city’s youth who often take a taxi towards the Malian border. Photo: Julia Dumont
Mamadou Barry Diallo (right) was born in Dara in 1949. For years, he’s witnessed the youth departures from Dara | Photo: Julia Dumont
Inspections at the Ventimiglia border with France | Photo: ANSA/Lorenzo Ballestra
A woman with a rough blade used for FGM in Uganda | Photo: Getty Images/AFP/Y.Chiba
Mbaye Sarr and Oumar Sylla with Matteo Venzi and Andrea Gelli | Credit: Rolling Dreamers
Credit: Charlotte Boitiaux
Credit: Charlotte Boitiaux
Mamadou made the decision to return home to Guinea instead of travelling to France (Credit: ANSA)
Many young people in Guinea face the decision whether to stay or try to leave for Europe