Kafana (Enough, Already!) Is the feeling of the Sahrawi refugees who strongly ask to return home. After more than 40 years of forced exile in the Algerian desert, the Sahrawi refugees have maintained their identity and have been able to raise a State that only needs to recover its territory, the Western Sahara. They are the only refugees who self-manage and have created a State based on health and universal education in the refugee camps, but the situation is already unsustainable. Time runs against them, and that is why they want to return home.
Juan Antonio Moreno Amador