Finding a future in impoverished Guinea Bissau | DW Stories

The new president of Guinea Bissau, Umaro Sissoco Embaló, has promised to improve the situation for the people in the country, which is marked by extreme poverty and corruption. So what is life like for ordinary people in the West African nation? DW spoke to teenager, 19 year old Zitu Albino. He is trying to make ends meet by working on a tourist boat. He told us about his hopes for the future and what in his opinion definitely has to change for things to get better in one of the world's poorest nations.


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10 comentarios:

Abby A.
Abby A.:
They have beautiful islands in Guinea bissau if they would just set up some resorts on these islands that could bring money into the country
Nikki Ivone
Nikki Ivone:
Estou tâo de orgulhoso de vc irmáo 😊👍
Nice country and people with lots of potential for agriculture and tourism! Super mismanaged though. All the best leave and go elsewhere.
Promothash Boruah
Promothash Boruah:
Beatrice Nkundwa
Beatrice Nkundwa:
New starts are always welcome.
Janan sesay
Janan sesay:
محمدو شيخنا
محمدو شيخنا:
غينيا بيساو احبك
Liam O'Tierney
Liam O'Tierney:
GBERG -Guinea Bissau Economic Recovery and Growth. We are a group who want to bring economical growth and wealth to the people of GB. Know this name. We welcome help from world leaders.
Dan Piano
Dan Piano:
"My father has no work neither does my mother"

# 5 children #
Braima Bari1
Braima Bari1:
The best ever president of Guine Bissau