Missing Children Documentary Series is a flagship programme of Missing Children Ghana that tells the stories of children who go missing. It also captures the reunification moments for these missing children.
The documentary series serves as the key means to reach out to the general public in our quest to find the families of missing children.
It also an educational piece that sensitises the general public on issues of missing children - the contributing factors and how they can be tackled, as well as the public’s role on the issue.
On 30 th September 2022, the MCG Founder, Regina Asamoah, premiered a new documentary that focused on her ‘one-year journey’ since she started the first Missing Children Documentary Series on 22 nd May 2021.
The September event brought together stakeholders in the child protection fraternity, and well meaning individuals.
The objective of the documentary is to, among other things, bring to the fore the ‘seemingly abandoned’ fact that many children were going missing in Ghana and no one seemed to care.Again, to deepen advocacy for the prioritisation of this trend.
GIWA on 27th October 2022, held an interactive session between MCG Founder and GIWA members. The evening encounter held at Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra, was to bring members of GIWA up to speed with the impactful works of Missing Children Ghana. click to see more photos
MCG occasionally embarks on educational tours to selected schools to engage school children, teachers and authorities on the issues of missing children.
The educational session awakens all on the need to be more knowledgeable about their family details, immediate surroundings, landmarks, security details, how to go about reporting missing children cases, etc. click to see more photos
International Missing Children's Day is an international day celebrated on May 25, the same day as the United States' National Missing Children's Day designated by Ronald Reagan in 1983.
It is a day to honour missing and abducted children, while celebrating those who have been recovered.
In 2022, MCG joined the Africa Missing Children Network (AMCN) to mark the day with a Webinar on the Status of Missing Children in Africa.