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Stammtisch in Keta on “Human trafficking and Human smugglers”



Stammtisch was organized and held at Tsiame Community Centre in the Keta Municipality of the Volta Region, with fifty-seven (57) participants – 30 males and 27 females. The topic discussed was Migration Decisions and Human Trafficking. We also talked about the topic: Resources and Information, the Plan before you pack concept.

The training helped the participants to understand modern ways of human trafficking and how smugglers can traffic potential migrants through the internet and social media. They also learned how they can use  Social Media to educate themselves about job opportunities at home, start something small and grow it gradually as an alternative to irregular migration. Mr. David from the BAC supported the #MMN, informed and also confirmed to participants that there are livelihood opportunities in place for the youth to access. James also talked about possibilities for funds to support the youth who are ready to start something for themselves and also promised to stand by the #MMN as our work is becoming more and more interesting as we mainly focused on youth empowerment and development.

Graduation Ceremony at Moree “PLANING A JOURNEY”



Nana Amyi IV invited Sabina Abuga (#MMN Local Coordinator) for the Graduation Ceremony of the Basic Education Certificate Examination(BECE) Graduands of Moree Catholic, Moree Methodist, and Moree D.A Junior High Schools.

Sabina presented the activities of the Migrant Media Network and used the bull eye theory to identify the plans of these potential Migrants as they are to sit at home for a few months for their results before they continue with their education. In the course of the interactions, it was realized that most of these potential Migrants were actually planning on traveling to the cities Accra and Kumasi. The topic discussed for the day was, PLANING A JOURNEY.



#MMN Stammtisch Migration Context





On 16th November 2021,  Korsah Emmanuel and  Steve, #MMN Diaspora Mentor  visited the Our ladies of Mount Camel senior high school which is located in the Techiman town on Tuesday evening exactly 4:30pm. They had a discussion with the students by given them reliable information on migration context and irregular migration especially the consequences and risks involved by showing practical examples. We later enlightened them on how to plan before traveling and making relevant decisions before traveling. Questions and answers were thrown to our Diaspora Mentor Steve and he gave them accurate and understanding answers. We also interacted with them on the topic human trafficking and cause of it.


Online Event on Incubators & accelerators for entrepreneurial youth in Ghana





Ernest our Diaspora Mentor host a facebook live on the 30th of October on the Topic: Incubators & accelerators for entrepreneurial youth in Ghana

Stammtisch with Ghana National Tailors and Dressmakers Association(GNTDA) Zone 1 Cape Coast

On 11th October 2021, Sabina Abuga( Local Coordinator) organised Stammtisch for the Ghana National Tailors and Dressmakers Association(GNTDA) Cape Coast Zone 1. The event was held at the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly. Aimed at  impact of regular migration on our community; the role of potential migrants.

#MMN_ Outreach at Mount Zion Methodist Church, Yamoransa


On the 5th September 2021, Sabina Abuga( Local coordinator for Central Region) visited the Mount Zion Methodist Church of Yamoransa to share with the congregation (potential migrants) issues pertaining to irregular and some safer options they can deploy to migrate safely to Europe or any other country of their choice when the need be.

#MMN Community Outreach




On the 24th day of September, 2021, the Migrant Media Network #MMN Volta  organised an outreach in collaboration with an NGO “Christ Love Children” from Oyibi – Accra. The NGO supports street children, schools, churches and communities. The NGO shared some bible and life lessons with the community and also shared educational materials to the Basic Schools and children in the community. As Child trafficking is rampant it the region, the #MMN Team trained the children & parents in  mitigating  lies told by human traffickers and ways to verify misinformation and fake news this helped in educating  the communities and get them to understand the concept of irregular migration’s risks and dangers people may not be aware of.

#MMN Radio Outreach




On the 27th of September Emmanuel the #MMN Bono- East Local Coordinator  and Mr. Philip Yaw Okyere a community representative and a Business owner with a Migrant returnee from Korea Mr. Adu Gyamfi visited radio link 89.1  fm to talk to their listeners on  “The creation of awareness on migration and the aim for every potential migrant to adhere before embarking on migrating to another country with opportunities in Ghana as well as shared migrant experiences from the returnee”.


#MMN Radio Stammtisch in Bono-East


On the 30th September 2021, I the MMN coordinator for Bono-East region of Ghana with the host mr. Philip yaw okyere who use to be my community rep and two Agrico hub representative in the name of Ohene yaw Larbi and madam Winnifred who are entrepreneur trainers visited the Agyenkwa 105.9  fm of techiman to talk about Migration and also opportunities here in Ghana

Community Outreach on Human trafficking




Source: Korsah Emmanuel, MMN coordinator, Bono-East, Ghana. 15th August, 2021 The image demonstrate me the coordinator engaging the youth of Traa zongo community on the topic human trafficking to help eradicate the perception of migrating irregularly and stop the fraud and manipulation of human traffickers.