Women need to discover that they are fierce and strong and full of fire, and not be afraid to show their strength. Women should no longer have to hold themselves back, but rather let their passions burn brighter than their fears.’ (Wedam Kadoa Rhoda, #MMN Local Coordinator, Northern Region) .
Introducing MMN to the community. We will be talk to people on the dangers and effects of irregular migration and enlighten the community on safe migration.
We will introduce the students to the #MMN to the community and
create enlightenment on decision making on migration.
The First stammtisch in the Central Region was held at the premises of Obiri Yeboah Senior High School (OYESS) in the Assin South District of the Central Region. Sabina the Local Coordinator for the Region took time to speak with the students of OYESS on Irregular Migration & Opportunites back home.
After a successful outreach with Teaching assistant, at School of Economics , University of Cape Coast. Sabina, was invited to have a stammtisch (Round table discussion) to engage the students on Migration issues and opportunities at Home.
The Stammtisch was themed “Migration Decisions”, James asked his participants the following questions to help them understand the role of #MMN in their community:
Why do you want to migrate?
How do you imagine your life there?
What other choices do you have?
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.
Discussing the dangers associated with irregular migration with youth groups, women, returnees, community elders.
Discuss on the impact of Human Smuggling with group discussion and Sharing stories.
Talking about the negative impact of human smuggling. The target group were youth groups, women, returnees and community elders.