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The Institute of Social Work of Nigeria (ISOWN) has expressed sadness over the number of children used as Breadwinners with an estimated figure of about 16 million in the country trapped

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Following reports released by the International Labour Organisation (ILO), The Institute said with the numbers on the rise, There is a an urgent need for the Nigerian states to call for a National action plan and notably is the fact that Nigeria records the highest rate of child labour in West Africa. ISOWN Executive Director, Dr John Emaimo said this in a statement through her […]

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ISOWN Ready To Facilitate The MSSFPO Program Funded By USAID

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In Lagos, today April 5th, 2022. The Institute of Social work of Nigeria and Engender Health an affiliate of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced today plans to lunch her latest intervention program in Nigeria ( Momentum Safe Surgery, Family planning, and Obstetrics) fully funded by USAID. The two renowned organizations have […]

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ISOWN Joins The National Social Service Workforce Coordination Group Inauguration

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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 […]

2020 TRAINING PROGRAMME

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Assessment and Intervention Skills in Social Work Practice (10 credits at level 7) Target Participants: All social workers and development officers

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Training for Social Work Leaders in all Local Government Area in Lagos State, Nigeria