Tag Archive for: #stammtisch

Commuity Entry NSUTA

 

 

 

 

 

Community entry is key to our activities, Emmanuel Korsah visited the Chief of Nsuta at his palace with the  Queen’s mother and some community leaders to discuss with him the purpose of me meeting his community people. The Chief Nana Owusu Ameyaw II and queen mother Nana Afofie with the community leaders Mr. Apraku with Uncle Atta who joined Emmanuel to the palace to discuss with the chief his purpose in their community were honored with the opportunity to introduce himself. Emmanuel, told Nana Owusu his purpose for coming and briefed him about the Migrant Media Network  #MMN, and also shared with him some information in the #MMN Field Guide Kit,  he will be sharing with his community people. Nana Owusu delightfully welcomed him again and said is a good initiative, also Nana Owusu thanked #MMN for visiting and choosing his town as part of the communities we are sharing valuable migration information with. He again stated, “his community is one of the communities that youth travel a lot especially through Libya and the desert, and encourage is good for bringing such activity into his community”.

The chief gave permission for the team to undertake information dissemination activities on irregular and regular migration in his community.

 

 

Smart Migration_Diaspora Stammtisch_NBR

#MMN Diaspora Mentor Karamo Conteh will hold 3 programs as part if his Mentorship in the North Bank Region. This is the first one addressing 20 Students from Kerewan Upper and Senior Secondary School.

The goal is to provide training and reliable information on migration issues and fake information on social media in other to make informed decisions and be aware of safer migration options through the Migrant Field Guide handout particularly on smart migration. He will also use this platform to share his personal experience from his journey to Germany as a student.

Discussion with Students on Positive Alternatives _LRR

The event was conducted at the Gaye Njorr skills training Center. The engagement aimed to enlighten teh mainly femail students on issues of migration and to further encourage them to focus on their skills training in order to gain the needful skillsets and be more responsive to the socio needs of the country.

Fishing Community & Migration_WCR

Migrant Media Network (#MMN) west coast region conducted community outreach activity in the fishing Community of Tanji West Coast Region of the Gambia on the 15th November 2021.The participants include security personnel, young people, fishermen and women. The discussions were center on safe migration alternatives and the available opportunities in the region. MMN-local local coordinator-WCR introduced participants to safe migration alternatives and the available opportunities within the region and the available opportunities that they can tap on to combat and curb irregular migration among young in their communities.

Safe Migration & Alternatives_WCR

The local Coordinator MMN-WCR Lamin Sanneh took the participants on the overview of the project and the reason for the Stammtisch. The discussion was centered on safe migration, dangers and risk related to irregular migration as well as the participants perspectives on irregular migration.The reasons which were later categorized into pull and push factors of irregular migration.

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.

 

Stammtisch Migration Decision

 

 

 

The Stammtisch was on the Topic “Migration Decision” it was held on Tuesday 20th July 2021 at KOSSI’s Fashion centre  in the Anloga  district in the volta Region. The Stammtisch was organised to encourage the youths (young women and men) to take the Skills acquisition seriously and to be insightful of what they are learning. And to take SMART Decision concerning migration, while discouranging the irregular migration option. From the #defyhatenow’ field-guide topic (migration Decision) the participants were openly interactive with answers to question as most of them have some experiences about dangers/risks involved from narratives. James introduced the #MMN_ussd code and the THINK Carefully MOVE SAFELY GAME as well.

 

Workshop and Books Donation

 

 

On Saturday 24th July, 2021, a request  made from the Hong Kong citizens, (In House Residents) working with at  Sunon Asogli  Energy Power Plant Ghana Limited  at Kpone – Tema. The team donated books, 1 laptop and 1 iPad to the Salo JHS in the Anlo District. The initiative was a requested by James J. Oboade, #MMN local co-ordinator for the Volta and Accra, and was solicited by Nana Ofei Asamani who is the partner and consultant to Sunon Asogli  Energy Power Plant Ghana limited. This proved that #MMN’s presence in the community has something to do with supporting the local communities to develop perception for change.

We also aim for searching and collaborating with more other individuals and companies to support the local communities as well. As LC for #MMN I also used the occasion to introduce the USSD code to the population for their migration choices.

#MMN_ Diaspora workshop Berlin

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 info@migrantmedia.network

Stammtisch on Human Trafficking

Some Community members of Aworowa Abaase Community received a training on truthful story telling.
Talking about human trafficking and engaging the participants in awareness of human trafficking and the dangers to human life. Also a brief engagement in opportunities in Ghana was further discussed.