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NASOW VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

  In March 2015 NASOW FCT launched a volunteer group as part of its activities to mark the world social work day. Organising a standing volunteer group became necessary due to the increasing rate of social problems and the scarcity of resources both human and material required to intervene in solving the problems. Volunteer Nasow

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National Stroke Reference Group [NSRG]

The National Stroke Reference Group [NSRG] was inaugurated on the 15th of September 2015 and held its inaugural meeting and lecture on the 16th of September, 2015 at the conference hall of the federal Ministry of Health FMOH. Abuja. The event which is a collaboration of the federal ministry of health (FMOH), Medical Association Of Nigerians

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NASOW thumbs-up NASS on torture bill

National Association of Social Workers (NASOW) has commended the House of Representatives for being able to approve a report on a bill that makes torture and all forms of inhuman treatment in public places and homes in the country a criminal act. According to NASOW’s Secretary General, Mallam Jamilu Musa who spoke on phone from

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Social Exclusion and Inequality In Nigeria

The level of social exclusion and inequality in Nigeria is increasing at an astronomical rate perhaps at one of the fastest growing rate in the world. Government seems to show some interest in social welfare delivery services by establishing such institutions as Ministries at the Federal, State and Local Government levels namely, Ministries of Women Affairs,

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PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI AND APC MAIN AGENDA ON FIGHTING CORRUPTION AND ESTABLISHING SOCIAL WELFARE BENEFIT IN NIGERIA

  PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI AND APC MAIN AGENDA ON FIGHTING CORRUPTION AND ESTABLISHING SOCIAL WELFARE BENEFIT IN NIGERIA I watched with interest as our president, Mohammadu Buhari attended the conference of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA) where he solicited their technical support for his fight on corruption .He made a similar move with the Institute

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