FINANCIAL BIOGRAPHIES OF LONG DISTANCE
JOURNEYERS: VOLUME I
Cameroon toward the US: Juju, political persecution and domestic violence cause a blind mother of three to leave Cameroon.
Afghanistan to Greece: Two young women travel with their parents via Pakistan, Iran, and Turkey, every transaction accounted for.
Formerly a social worker, a South Sudanese woman struggles to earn a living on her own in Kampala and worries about educating her kids.
Eritrea to Greece: A man escapes Eritrea, survives kidnapping, makes it to Israel, is returned to eastern Africa, and tries again.
FINANCIAL BIOGRAPHIES OF PEOPLE COPING WITH
NEW SURROUNDINGS: VOLUME II
A Haitian migrant shares his journey to Tijuana via Brazil and how he’s found relative success by running his own business.