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Sport Mayotte: How to fight against precariousness, dropping out of school and the absence of perspective of young

09:30  04 december  2022
09:30  04 december  2022 Source:   rfi.fr

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in Mayotte, the situation remains precarious. At the end of the week, a dozen young people entered a Sada high school in the west of the island, creating a panic movement among the students. Friday, the rival bands of two villages in the south of Mamoudzou clashed, for unknown reasons. Rivalry between bands, lack of perspectives, precariousness, massive immigration, violence is multifactorial, but several players in land and inhabitants are mobilizing so that it changes.

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With our correspondent in Mamoudzou, Lola Fourmy

We are in Doujani, a district of Mamoudzou, where an young man was killed with machete in November . Amadi, 20 years old, tells how Comoros arrived 18 years ago, he followed all his schooling here before being blocked: "I already have the BTS but I do not have my papers. So I can't move around, I can't get out of here, it's a hassle ... "

this year in the city of Mamoudzou, chief town of Mayotte, some 1000 children are not educated for lack of square. To combat idleness, and de -sociabilization, the Espoir and Success association launched several actions in the neighborhood. "We cannot speak of the fight against delinquency when we have not even addressed the question of prevention," explains Ahmed Idam, director of the association. This is why we have set up a system for receiving non -scholarships so that they can maintain a minimum of school level. »

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Create new schools and supervise young people who are not educated

Ismaeli returns from work. After sold drugs for years, he stopped everything when his son was born. He tries to dissuade the youngest than they see sink: "When I speak with them, they tell me: you are good, you have a job ... while in fact me, I am in the same situation, but with a little job. It's so sad.

Here, 60% of the population is under 25. The care of youth seems essential and urgent. The mayor of Mamoudzou offers to unlock 400 million euros over 10 years to create new schools.

The Espoir et Association Espoir and Success which supports 100 young people with the non-scoop system, has also opened a social center and a parents' house where they can freely learn the language. Several mediators work in the field to try to appease the tensions.

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