Afrique from our vantage point. One story at a time...

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Mounas and Friends follows Africans who have returned home to the continent after living and working aboard nearly all their lives. Be ready to be entertained and informed as they explore the personal journeys, transformations and experiences of other returnees like themselves, as they navigate and redefine what home really means.

Mounas is originally from NYC and is currently based in Dakar, Senegal. Having earned Masters’ degrees in Public Administration and Education, Mounas’ found herself on a path to Dakar to educate and shape the minds of the youth. Her passion lies in connecting, educating and inspiring young women and youth through mentorship.

What we do

Sharing inspirational stories of returnees and life on the continent. From our blog posts to our podcast you will find something to relate to for motivation, entertainment, lifestyle enhancement or as an opportunity to peek inside the journey’s of those returning to Africa.

Learning and Exchanging to the narrative of Africa


Exploring opportunities and paths to returning home


Discussion of a range of topics affecting Africans

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Africa is calling; stories and info from the returnee experiences Stories of returnees from Africa and the African diaspora who have made their way back home to Africa. Listen to learn more about their challenges, successes and daily lives navigating the continent.

Made in Ghana
Nana Osei – Friend, Brother, Creative Mind, Partner at Bohten eyewear/sunglasses brand. Nana and I met nearly 20 years ago in our undergraduate years. We were rivals, vying for the role of President with…
Thank you For Being A Friend
WOMEN! We are mothers, daughters, sisters, aunties, nieces and for many souls we are sister friends. Women naturally seek the support of others – often from other women to help nurture, brainstorm, plan and…
Traveling – Sine Saloum
…I hadn’t truly taken the time to explore all that the country had to offer. About 2.5 – 3 hours away from Dakar, Senegal’s capital city, is a tranquil, restful community known as Sine…

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