Missing Children Ghana is the first Non- Profit and Public Benefit Organization that engages the Ghana Police Service and Department of Social Welfare when a person (especially a Child) goes missing in Ghana, for any reason whatsoever.
When a child/ person goes missing, we offer emergency response services to assist families and loved ones to report the missing person straight away.
Working with Ghana Police Service / Department of Social Welfare/ Residential Homes for Children
We maintain a close working relationship with the Missing Persons Unit of the Ghana Police Service, Department of Social Welfare and Residential Homes for Children, in order to offer them the support they need to locate missing children and reunite them with their families.
Through our Missing Children Documentary Series, Social media Networks and via other channels, we spread mass awareness about missing children / persons. This ensures that our communities can also assist in locating the missing person as well as their families.
When a child goes missing, it puts the family in dire situation. Being there for families when a loved one goes missing is another way, we offer assistance. We keep their HOPE ALIVE as we work to help to reunite missing children with their families.
It was observed that most parents/ guardians do not know what to do when a child goes missing. They do not know the existing organizations that can help in such moments as well as which services they can rely on.
When a child goes missing, it puts the family in dire situation. Being there for families when a loved one goes missing is another way, we offer assistance. We keep their hope alive as we work to help to reunite missing children with their families.
Missing Children Ghana depends a lot on the social good of individuals across the country. Through the Missing Children Documentary Series, we leverage on public support in helping reunite missing children with their families. Through the public support most missing children have been found and reunited. This is a critical strategy in the campaign to ensure that children grow and live in families.
Since May 2021, The Missing Children Documentary Series have helped to reunite hundreds of missing children with their families. It has provided a platform of helping desperate families to report cases of Missing Children. As of April 2023, a number of five hundred and fifty (550) cases of Missing Children/ Persons have been reported to the Team. These families are assisted in diverse ways awaiting possible reunification with their missing ones.
No. of cases
(May 2021-April 2023)
18 and above
Reunited with families