Diaspora Mentor Outreach in Tamale









Community outreach led by Jude Asamoah and Rhoda Wedam,  with students of the Vittin Senior High School on the 14/9/2021. Topic discussed with them is Migration, opportunities at home and abroad.

Diaspora Moderated Stammtisch






#MMN Stammtisch with local coordinator Rhoda and Diaspora mentor Jude Asamoah from Germany. The two discussed opportunities at home and abroad that people can explore.

#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.

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.

#MMN market outreach @Jimara District

The idea is to introducing the #MMN Field Guide KIT and sensitization on the decision making process, regarding migration especially for women (mothers and young girls). #ThinkB4uClick

#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.

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.

Human Trafficking.



Members of the Gunaayili community were Educated and sensitised on Human Trafficking. One returnee also helped facilitated the workshop to give his experience on Irregular migration and Human Trafficking.