Women need to discover that they are fierce and strong and full of fire, and not be afraid to show their strength. Women should no longer have to hold themselves back, but rather let their passions burn brighter than their fears.’ (Wedam Kadoa Rhoda, #MMN Local Coordinator, Northern Region) .
The aim is to inform the Ghanaina and Gambian diaspora about the importance of disseminating the right and accurate information regarding migration on social media behaviour. The workshop targets about 10 Ghanaian and 10 Gambian Diasporans who will participate in the 3 days training of the trainer workshop. If you are interested please visit our website : www.migrantmedia.network and contact us under firstname.lastname@example.org
stammtisch with community members at Wamale in Tamale. Topic discussed with them was Smart migration(plan before you pack)
Thirty-Two participants were present
We will introduce the students to the #MMN to the community and
create enlightenment on decision making on migration.
The Outreachwants to sensitize the youths and provide reliable information 0n using the back-way route and provides and enables the youth to make smart decisions on migration especially on irregular migration before taking up the rout.
Target Group: Youth groups and women
After a successful outreach with Teaching assistant, at School of Economics , University of Cape Coast. Sabina, was invited to have a stammtisch (Round table discussion) to engage the students on Migration issues and opportunities at Home.
The idea is to have a wider coverage through radio sensitization on irregular migration awareness raising. Communities will be effectively and efficiently informed on irregular migration and alternatives to mitigate it as they are key players throough Kerewan and Farafenni community radios.