Posted by: APO | 26 July 2019

Elderly Migrant Returnees Find Shelter and Care in Addis Ababa

Sixty-one-year-old Mebratu Teshome spent 10 years in Somalia. He is the first elderly migrant returnee to find a permanent home at a shelter in the Ethiopian capital. When he arrived back in the country, he was psychologically unstable and received tailored counselling and psychiatric assistance at the IOM-run migrant transit centre situated near Bole International Airport. Mebratu did not have a… Read more on https://africa-newsroom.com/press/elderly-migrant-returnees-find-shelter-and-care-in-addis-ababa?lang=en


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