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Cagintua e.V.

Ibadan, Nigeria

informing about illegal migration, creating perspectives in Africa, integration

burkhard pranke from Cagintua e.V. | 
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About this project

Cagintua e.V. is a registered migrant organisation based in Germany. We offer Political counselling, trainings, seminars and workshops in Africa and Germany. We work with other migrants organisations, volunteers and project partners to make our work possible. Cagintua is a member of: Venrob e.V., MIR e.V., NEMIB e.V. and  Aktionsbüdnis Brandenburg. Our seminars and workshops are open to African political migrants, friends of Africa and youth who are fighting for their right to education and good living. Together we can make Africa a better place to live For more information please contact: info@cagintua.com

Project "Oko Wa"
“Oko Wa” hopes to welcome voluntary returning failed asylum seekers and volunteers who may be interested in offering assistance in permaculture farming in the near future. The returnees will be able to share their experience with the young locals at „OKO WA. The volunteers shall be free to contribute to the development of the permacultre farm.
Many young people are eager to learn about the true living situation of asylum seekers in Europe. Exchanging experience in „OKO WA“ between the returnees and the locals will provide opportunity for young people to learn about the lving situation of asylum seekers in Germany.
Many asylum seekers, most expecially those without travelling documents, are desillusioned about their perspectives in the places they fled to. Moreover they are often not allowed to work and they are faced with force deportation back to their home countries, In most cases some have no home to return to because they lost the homes before they fled.
The returnees shall share their experience about being refugees, and learn how to contribute with their acquired knowledge and abilities to the Ecovillage itself and/or society in general.
Updated at 26. April 2021