Over the last decades, there has been deteriorating political, socio-economic environmental conditions in the continent with young people and women more affected through armed conflicts, political violence, unemployment, lack of decent work, insecurity, gender inequality, discrimination, terrorism, religious fundamentalism, extremism, climate change, environmental degradation, global inequality and general poverty. The issues cited above have been some of the significant root causes of mass migration among women and young people in Africa. World statistics proves that, the majority of the world’s population growth will take place in Africa, with the continent projected to comprise more than half of the world by year 2100. The growing population in Africa is not being equated to economic activities. The effects of the youth bulge have both positive and negative consequences. If opportunities are not unveiled through sound policies at regional and national level, there is an earmarked growth of young people outflow to high income countries such as Europe in search of job opportunities. This paper seeks to proffer solutions to the growing problem of youth and women migration, using the Youth Development Model (NAYO: 2014) and Entrepreneurship approach, at the same time outlining the existing legal and policy framework on migration within the prefixes of Pan-Africanism.