Constructing livelihoods: older Cameroonians in times of mobility

Nele Wolter

The dissertation project “Constructing Livelihoods: Older Cameroonians in Times of Mobility” focuses on how im/mobilities, influenced by the current political upheaval, shape older Cameroonians everyday lives, and how they affect working practices and imaginaries of care, home, as well as intergenerational relationships. During her fieldwork in francophone Bafoussam, Cameroon, Nele explores processes that older migrants and their children from English-speaking regions use to adapt to new places and how they improvise everyday practices to construct new routines.

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