Tag Archive for: #MMN Radio

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.

“Planning The Journey” Stammtisch

Community outreach was planned and organized with the women and girls at the Song-Ba Empowerment Centre which was facilitated by Madam Humiamatu(Director for National Vocational Institute) The meeting was attended by 29 participants in all. The outreach was very interactive with every question which was asked by the participants being answered. The ladies were very happy about the engagement and the fact that they could ask their questions and get them answered.

We engaged the women and girls on the topics PLANNING THE JOURNEY. We also made them know that, is not that we don’t want them to migrate but it must be done in a safe way and through regular means. We also help them to plan their journey with the S.M.A.R.T goals for migration.

We also discuss how to measure the goals that will answer these questions:

  • How will I track my progress?
  • How much time do I need?
  • How much of a resource (time, money, energy) do I need?
  • What are some mini-goals I can set along the way?

#safemigration & alternatives_WCR

Awareness arising activity on” safe migration alternative” in the community of Brikama


In order to reach to the most vulnerable people in the most remote region, a radio talk show was organized to give informatoion on migration to people who do not have access to migration information. The talk show was conducted by Isatou K. Jallow MMN regional Coordinator, Bubacarr Sidibeh Regional Youth Chairperson and Matar Samba a Lecturer at the University of The Gambia. They talked about the importance of seeking thruthful information before travelling, obtaining valid documents, using legal roots and opportunities available for young people within the region and means of acquiring them. The discussion was interactive and educative, listeners are able to understand the purpose of the conversation and the impact it can play in their lives and the lives of their children.

Listen here: https://migrantmedia.network/mmn-radio-talk-shows/#the-gambia

Diaspora Talk on Kerewan Community Radio_NBR

Karamo Conteh our #MMN Diaspora Mentor and the Local Cooridnator Muhammed Suwareh will use the exsiting Local Coordinators radio talk show at Kerewan Community Radio as platform to discuss the overall #MMN Field Guide Kit and the trip or mission in The Gambia. Karamo will also speak about is personal experience.


Stammtisch In the Aworowa Community



On the 9th October, 2021, Emmanuel embark on an outreach with a congregation of women group in the Aworowa community-techiman Bono-East Region. The women group meets every Saturday morning at a usual place of a member residence to discuss about their various activities they undertake in the Aworowa community.  Emmanuel took them through #MMN , Migrantchoices 6 #Smartmigration most importantly shared with them the topics of planning before u pack, migration decisions and human trafficking. Highlighting the  consequences & risk involved in irregular migration.




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 Basse Taxi Fm_URR

Isatou k Jallow #MMN local coordinator – Upper River Region, hosted a radio talk show in Basse at Taxi FM on the 18th of September, 2021 from 6pm to 7pm. The key topics were ‘What is Migration?’ and how to migrate (Thinkb4Upack). The guests were Mr Lama Jallow who is a back-way returnee and Mr Bubacarr Sidibeh the regional youth committees’ chairman of the Gambian Youth Council – URR. Mr Bubacarr Sidibeh also participated during the TOT’s training. The following languages: English, Fula and Mandinka were used during the radio show to be able to get most information to the public looking at the diversity in the region.
The show was participatory as people called raising concerns regarding the returnees, methods of traveling and fake information by people who are already outside the country trying to captivate the minds of young people.
The show was concluded with a recap and availing the opportunities available with the region through the youth sector for potential migrants and returnees.

The radio show was conducted in Fula and Mandinka some of the local languages of The Gambia in order to reach a wide public.

The #MMN project is a r0g_agency initiative funded by the German Federal Foreign Ministry, the Auswärtiges Amt.

#MMN at Soma community Radio station 88.8 FM – LRR

Our local coordinator Serrey Sanneh conducted two radio talks on the 28th of July and 4th of October 2021 at the Soma community Radio station 88.8 FM – LRR Region. Together with a guest speaker and migration expert they addressed and discussed issues on safe migration and human trafficking. The shows were held in English and Mandinka. Recordings will follow.
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#MMN_Radio Outreach



On the 20th September, 2021 Sabina Abuga( Local Coordinator)together with a regular returnee ( Mr.Acquah Alexander) went to kingdom 96.9FM at siwdu in the cape coast metropolis for Mr. Acquah to share his experience at Malaysia and how he is coping with life in Ghana as a returnee.