AAMCH

Addis Ababa Medical College – Hargeisa Branch

Paulo

December 23rd, 2016

Of 1880 the 1930, but over all from 1890, Brazil starts to integrate one of the destinations of the Spaniard. Of the period, the Brazilian migratory politics consisted of an ample spreading of the benefits of the coming for Brazil, forming a migratory flow basically individual, masculine and directed to the great urban centers. The reception regions were diverse and the extremely precarious conditions as they indicate innumerable stories on the misery and maltreatment which was submitted the Spaniard, according to Martinez. Moreover, the exerted works were generally of low qualification, being that many enquistamento of the teuto-Brazilians (GIRARD, 2009). The main groups of immigrants in Brazil are Portuguese, Italian,> Spaniard, Germans and Japanese, that more than represent eighty percent of the total. Until the end of century XX, the Portuguese appear as dominant group, with more than thirty percent, what she is natural, given its affinity with the Brazilian population.

They are the Italians, after that, the group that has greater participation in the migratory process, with almost thirty percent of the total, concentrates, over all in the state of So Paulo, where if it finds the biggest colony Italian of the country. The Spaniard follow themselves, with more than ten percent, the Germans, with more than five, and the Japanese, with almost five percent of the total of immigrants (BRASILESCOLA, 2009). 3.1 BRAZIL AS LAND MORE ADJUSTED IMMIGRATION It has some opinions that more support the idea of Brazil to be one of the adjusted countries for immigration, if compared with Africa and U.S.A. According to Moritz Lamberg, witness of the period, these regions would be in long stated period unhealthy nationalize later, in a period where Germany already had lost its African possesses, the gegrafo Bernhard Brandt retakes cotejo. Climatic Brazil would present imbatveis advantages and for the European it would be less unhealthy than African tropical lands.