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Diaspora

4 Nov
Many Africans are keen to live abroad. Some find great opportunities to live in Europe or in the US, and some even risk their lives to do so without paperwork. But an African expat can sometimes encounter more than just greener pastures and a dream life. There can be culture shock and trauma in countries without the vital social networks an African is used to at home.

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