ISOWN Joins The National Social Service Workforce Coordination Group Inauguration


ISOWN Leadership today 7th March, 2022 meets with critical stakeholders on the Social work network in Nigeria with compositions from the Ministry of women affairs, Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, and Experts drawn from UNICEF and other national bodies.

With technology and Critical Social intervention tools playing an increasingly critical role in every aspect of social welfare, development, human management, and improved livelihood, the Nigerian government through international organizations (UNICEF) recognizes that they need to accelerate the development of tools to find lasting solutions to ensure they remain in control of situations as it affects the quality of life amongst others. The National social service workforce coordination group will bring together deep skills in social work and health-related strategy, ideation for Rehabilitation and reintegration, technology development and deployment, and change management to help support the citizenry through successful transformations in the Social systems.

Mr Aniekan Micheal ( ISOWN PROGRAM MANAGER) in a release in Abuja said this partnership will strengthen the fight against social problems as it affects Nigeria in recent times and will provide experts the opportunity and platform to continue to exchange views and best practices in curbing evolving trends.

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