THE PERSUADING FACTORS OF MIGRATION FROM SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA " MITIGATION AND ALTERNATIVES"
The legion of unemployment and insecurity are the major and leading factors of the mass migration of Africans within and outside the continent. Thousands of young Africans risk their lives en route to Europe or elsewhere for better living conditions, socioeconomic opportunities or seeking peace and stability. Therefore, to curtail and carefully curb this risking adventure and detrimental movement that is being desperately engaged by tends of thousands Â of Africans, the governments and their local and international development partners (the United Nations with its concerned specialised organs, the IMF, the World Bank, the European Union, the African Union and the rest) have to effectively and strategically collaborate and coordinate to tame the alarming unemployment rate and address security concerns on the green continent. This paper, therefore, seeks to examine some determinants of unemployment and insecurity as pesuading Â factors for the mass migration of Africans. It also aims at providing some workable options, solutions and policy alternatives to tackle this humanitarian crisis, economic and security issues that the continent is being threaten and confronted with. The paper cocluded that Â encouraging entrepreneurship, improving infrastructures, attractability of the private sector could play a major role in solving and mitigating unemployment problems, transparency, good governance and leadership and Â fighting corruption and so forth are some ways forward to regulate and lowering the risk of migration from the Continent.
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