Events

“Irregular Migration” Outreach By James #MMN Volta Region Coordinator

On the 2nd December 2021, An Outreach was organized at Adidome Farm Institute to inform and educate the people about migration issues and discourage Irregular Migration and promote livelihood as a positive alternative to the constraints about jobs, skills, and against poverty among the youth. The Farm Institute trained the youth in Agribusiness and as our main reason, we tried to work with the Senior Administrator to best support the youth in the communities. Senior officer and lecturer in the Institute said he and his colleagues are ready to work with #MMN. He said when the youth are ready, they can even come and train, mentor, and support them in any other way.

“Plan Before You Pack”

 

 

The activities of the Migrant Media Network are to ensure that the potential Migrants/refugees, and Migrants in Transit are made aware of the safer options to migrate to Europe. Sabina Abuga (local coordinator) organized the Stammtisch for the Youth of Alata Jaga in the Central Region. Mr. Kofi spoke to their leader, who gave the team permission to have the discussion with his colleagues. The group leader Frank introduced the team and gave permission to carry on with activities for the day.

The team discussed the topic of the day, “Plan Before You Pack” with emphasis on the risk associated with irregular migration.

For more information about migration options  please visit; https://migrantmedia.network/migration-resources/

 

 

88.8FM Diaspora Mentor_Radio Program_LRR

Seedy Saidykhan, a Gambian living in German who was trained during the #MMN Diaspora ToT in August 2021 will talk on Soma community radio 88.8FM, together with the #MMN Lower River Region Local Coordinator Serrey Sanned, to the people of teh Lower River Region about his experinces as migrant, migration issues and challanges of irregular migration. Tune in.

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 on Kerewan community radio_NBR

In order to reach out to more people and widen the discussion on MMN activities through radio talk show. Expected is a large coverage of community member within the surrounding area of Kerewan community hopeing to get a better understanding of #MMN and it’s aims.

community ENGAGEMENT on #MMN activities_NBR

Participants should be able to understand and be informed on MMN activities and its related interventions on irregular migration, human trafficking, safe migration etc.The target group is ‘Gijeni’ Barra.

#MMN _migration resources_NBR

Discussion on migration resources and information related to irregular migration. Target group is the Baoba Youth Development societ. Participants will be adequately informed about migration resources and information related to irregular migratio.

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 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.

Community Outreach on Skills & Training

 

 

 

On the 11th of August 2021, #MMN Local Coordinator James Oboade, Volta region of Ghana. Community outreach to educate parents on how to help support their youngsters to create a better future and resilient social environment as alternative to a better life circumstances at home