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.




Community Outreach in the Traa community





A discussion and awareness raising on migration In the Traa community, The Local Coordinator Emmanuel facilitated a community outreach to evaluate the activities of #MMN and the impact it has brought to the Traa community in their time long meetings and Stammtisches organised for the community.


#MMN_Community Outreach



Sabina Abuga(#MMN local coordinator )  On the 30th August 2021 together with an irregular returned (Mr. Ekow Mensah) was invited to the church Liberation Lords of sheep Ministry International to discuss issues of irregular migration and insight into the experience of the irregular returnee. Here Mr. Ekow Mensah shares his journey with the congregation.


#MMN Community Outreach at Aworowa Seventh day Adventist church



Emmanuel on this day took the #MMN Outreach on #Smart & #Safe Migration campaign to the Aworowa Seventh day Adventist church to engage the congregation in awareness  creation on irregular migration and human trafficking in the Region. Most importantly how to identify fake news and using the #PlanB4Upack  “plan before you pack” guideline to make informed migration decisions.



Community Outreach on Human Trafficking, & Migration Game testing


Source: Korsah Emmanuel, MMN coordinator, Bono-East, Ghana. 15th August, 2021 The image demonstrate me the coordinator engaging the youth of Traa zongo community playing the `Think carefully, More safely’ #MMN Migration Game  to help eradicate the perception of migrating irregularly and stop the fraud and manipulation of human traffickers.

Community outreach





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

Community Outreach

On the 7th of September 2021, our #MMN Local Coordinator JAMES OBOADE Volta & Greater Accra Region – Ghana held a community outreach at mafi kumasi discussing with participants on migration decision and how to plan before you pack.
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#MMN Game Testing with Ghana Immigration Service Department Tamale


On Monday 9th August 2021,The MMN Local Coordinator for Northern Region( Wedam Rhoda) visited the Migration Information Center (Ghana  Immigration Service) in Tamale to introduce to them the MMN Field Guide Tool Kit .They went further to play the game that help informs potential migrants about migration after which she handed over a copy of the filed guide tools them.

“The Graduate Explorer: Unlocking the Least Opportunities for Success” Workshop



Career guidance and counselling for fresh graduates/national service personnel in Ghana. The goal of the programme was to mentor young people to develop the awareness and capacities to chart their career paths, identify and overcome the despairs of false information and to do it right if they need to travel abroad.

Reason being; The period of graduation from a tertiary institution, the commencement and completion of national service mark an important transition into the ‘real world’ and candidates are at that state often uncertain about their future and vulnerable to falling prey to false claims of greener pastures through various channels. The situation has worsened. The graduates find no jobs or seem hopeless and frustrated about their future. In consequence, they are more likely to:

 Become victims of illegal migration through false migration information preached by fraudsters, among others via social media, the traditional media, and various platforms

 Become ‘tools’ or channels for promoting violence in any form that threaten peaceful coexistence among people

 Untap their potentials for the greater good

Unfortunately, beyond the passing of examinations, the school system fails to provide the necessary training/guidance  to students about their future career options and how to excel in the contemporary world.


Job Acquisition and Job Maintenance Training session.




Evans Awuni Our Diaspora Mentor from Lüneburg & Sabina Abuga  #MMN Central regional Local coordinator  hosted and  facilitated a Job acquisition and job maintenance training session with the NSS personnel at Twifo Praso in the Central Region.