We train women and men as professional hair dressers and migration information multiplicators. These young women and men will have the opportunity to use their professional hair dressers certificates to work as hair dressers and earn money.
They will speak to customers during the time they are working on the hair, discussing about dangers involved in illegal travelling through the sea, desert and Libya where young women and men from Africa are now being sold openly in slave markets.
This project is a cooperation between RuWoSh and cagintua (campaign for government of international unity in africa).
This project is sponsored by Centre for international Migration and Development.