Djibouti, a tiny country of less than a million people, has emerged as a key transit point for migrants, with poverty-stricken Ethiopians, Eritreans and Sudanese all crossing the country en route to find work in the Gulf states. Now, however, the conflict in Yemen is sending even higher numbers of refugees into Djibouti. Our team reports from the fishing town of Obock.
A programme prepared by Josh Vardey
Professor of French Studies, George Washington University