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Au bout d'une petite route en terre, à l'extérieur de Zarzis, ville touristique au sud de Djerba, le Croissant rouge gère un centre d'accueil d'urgence pour les réfugiés. Derrière, un terrain de 2 500m², clôturé par des murs neufs : c'est le nouveau cimetière des morts anonymes, ces migrants noyés après le naufrage de leurs embarcations, dont les corps échouent sur les plages de la ville.
Une tranchée a été creusée, chaque emplacement est séparé par des briques. Des employés municipaux s'activent, masque hygiénique sur le visage et gants plastifiés. Ils portent en terre les dépouilles. Des pancartes en bois numérotées pour chaque sépulture
The Mediterranean, with a surface area of only 1% of the world's oceans, has become the deadliest maritime route in the world. According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), more than 800 people have disappeared since the beginning of the year, including 576 in the Central Mediterranean - not to mention the unrecorded shipwrecks
one of the three survivors of the July 1st tragedy. There is a real lack of resources, generally speaking in Tunisia, to deal with this tragedy. In particular, the country has a very limited number of lifeboats. The situation is only getting worse, as some European countries, such as Italy, are now refusing NGO humanitarian ships to dock."
At the end of a small dirt road outside Zarzis, a tourist town south of Djerba, the Red Crescent runs an emergency reception centre for refugees. Behind, a 2,500m² plot of land, enclosed by new walls: it is the new cemetery for the anonymous dead, those migrants drowned after their boats sank, whose bodies were washed up on the city's beaches.
Several of them have applied for asylum with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), which is responsible for supervising asylum procedures in Tunisia. Others have agreed to return home via the "voluntary returns", set up by IOM.
The women were all abused and raped during their visit to Libya. There are serious psychological consequences.
IOM estimates that there are more than 600,000 migrants of 39 different nationalities: the vast majority of them are held in detention centres, prisons, brothels or clandestine centres run by mafias or militias.
In the protection centre for young mothers, the social worker also provides a lot of psychological support. She assures that all the mothers who returned from Libya wanted to have an abortion, but the baby is all they have left.
In Europe, there has been a sudden closure of borders in recent years, affecting migrants, while wars or persecutions, particularly in Syria, Iraq, but also in Afghanistan and Eritrea, have forced millions of people to flee their country.
Women, 100%, were abused and raped during their stay in Libya," confirms Mongi Slim, president of the Red Crescent in the governorate of Médenine, which welcomes more and more exiles from neighbouring countries: "Even the guards of the centres rape them, including men". There are "serious psychological consequences", says Yasmine Harrazi, coordinator of the Medenine Centre for the Red Crescent.
Mariam suspected she was pregnant. She had to wait until she arrived in Lampedusa to get confirmation. She remembers feeling sick aboard the inflatable boat she boarded in the Mediterranean Sea, before being rescued by the rescue ship Sea Watch 3, "I didn't keep any food inside me," remembers the young woman. "I had no appetite." Mongi and Will, in this small room in the Red Crescent and IOM Migrant Residence in Medenine, southern Tunisia, Mariama Kamara tells her harrowing story. The two children of this Sierra Leonean were born of a rape in Libya.
En Tunisie, l’arrivée des migrants est en augmentation, notamment à cause du conflit libyen qui s’enlise. Selon l’organisation internationale des migrations (OIM) en Tunisie, 463 personnes ont été secourues au large du pays depuis début 2019.
Despite persistent violence, and human trafficking, since the fall of the Gaddafi regime in 2011 after a revolt, Libya remains an important transit point for people fleeing war or repressive governments in sub-Saharan countries.
At the same time, again tonight, we are witnessing another act of despair. The smugglers wanted to take advantage of the Eid to take two boats through the mother, one of which ran aground on the edge of Zarzis. 20 people, including a child and teenager were rescued by the Coast Guard, one person died.
The idea of youth migration comes from the unemployment. Local artists lead a campaign in a theater for stop young people to hang out all day on the street and keep the strength to stay.