Ibrahima Condé had never worked in the arts sector before arriving in Paris in 2017 from Conakry, in the West African country Guinea. Certain basic aspects — like navigating the metro system — were challenging, let alone the larger hurdles of applying for asylum and work.

But Condé, now 32, connected with Sama for All, a nonprofit that trains displaced people for employment in French museums and cultural organizations.

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