AMSA India & Nada webinar: Addiction-No TOBACCO TUESDAY
AMSA India would like to thank you for your valuable contribution for the successful completion of our National level webinar: Addiction Battling campaign- Project Hope Stone and National didactic event: No Tobacco Tuesdays- Project Swaasth Aajeevika and Hope stone of PH & RD, AMSA-India. This letter serves as an acknowledgment for the same. ...
National Association of Professional Social Workers in India (NAPSWI) is one of largest member based organization of professional social workers in the country. Established in 2005, NAPSWI is a non-profit, non- political, national level organization dedicated to the promotion of standard and status of social work profession. NAPSWI intends to promote the social work profession across the country with the aim of improving the quality of services in the social welfare and social development sectors on one hand and to protect interests of social work professionals on other.
NAPSWI believes in shaking hands with different stakeholders- be it social work educational institutions, government, non-government, civil society or any likeminded.
Nada India advocates for balanced and healthy public policies to prevent, control non-communicable diseases, child friendly, gender sensitive and drug free healthy life style.
Though its capacity building work Nada India has enabled the vulnerable youth, male and female and the adolescents as well to make choices for healthy ways of living.
The Peace Gong promotes diversity and helps in facilitating dialogues amongst young people from different cultures and communities. We extensively use the social media, email communications and mobiles to connect with other student reporters from different background across the country and abroad. Using new forms of available communication, The Peace Gong can be a powerful vehicle to help young people to come together and work for global peace.”