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“Today, we have more and more customers,” she told IRIN proudly, explaining that sales have helped her save enough money to start building her own home and send her children to school. and I can feed, clothe and shelter my family properly.” “My first goal in life is to help those who are still slaves,” said Haby, who was born into slavery and finally gained her freedom in July 2008. I spent more time with the animals than with humans.” Haby ultimately found comfort in spirituality from religion and learnt to rely on nobody but herself. Their water tanks pass without seeing us, the former slaves.
Here are five such stories: Since childhood, Oumoul Khayri has survived all the darkest sides of slavery: rape, alienation, dehumanisation, stolen wages and near-death beatings.
Slavery was officially abolished in Mauritania in 1981 and criminalised in 2007.
The dark-skinned Haratine ethnic group, however, was historically enslaved by the lighter-skinned Moors and continues to face widespread discrimination, violence, and social injustice.
If she needs help freeing herself, I offer [aid] willingly.
I invite her to take control of her destiny, despite the heavy legacy [of slavery] and discrimination.” Zeynabou, who once was enslaved to an influential family belonging to an east Mauritanian tribe, has since taken up gardening to support her and her family.