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Institute of Social Work

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK

INTRODUCTION

The Department of Social Work trains social workers who can work directly or indirectly as generic practitioners in communities and in various social welfare agencies including public, private, voluntary and non-governmental organizations. It is also envisaged that this training will produce both proactive and reactive social workers who can effectively respond to the newly emerging social problems in the contemporary societies. Through its various curricula the department also strives to produce graduates who can create their own self-employment capable of responding to societal needs.

The Department of social work at ISW offers the following courses in Social Work: Basic Technician Certificate in Social Work (NTA Level 4), Ordinary Diploma in Social Work (NTA Levels 5 and 6), Bachelor Degree in Social Work (NTA Levels 7 and 8), Postgraduate Diploma in Social Work and Masters Degree in Social Work (NTA Level 9)

For more details about the courses offered by the Department of Social Work, please check Course and Programs or ISW Prospectus 2017/18 - 2018/19.

PROGRAMS

LEVEL: BASIC TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN SOCIAL WORK

Objectives of the Program

General objective

The general objective of developing this Basic Technician Certificate course is to prepare frontline social workers, who under the supervision of qualified social workers, will engage in attending problems facing individuals, families and small groups; hence enhance their social functioning.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives include the following:

  1. To enable students to acquire elementary social work knowledge and skills in order to understand clients’ problem situations.
  2. To prepare students who will be able to use social work practice methods to attend clients with diverse problems.
  3. To enable students relate theoretical knowledge and practical work situations.

Table: Summary of all the modules taught in the BTCSW programme:

S/NCodeModule NameSemester1Semester2
1SWT04101Elementary Social Work Practice
2SWT04102Fundamentals of Field Instruction
3SWT04103Introduction to Social Welfare Services
4SWT04104Fundamentals of Social Work Ethics
5SWT04105Basic Skills in Guidance and Counselling
6SWT04106Introduction Communication Skills
7SWT04107Block Fieldwork
8HRT04208Essentials of Psychology
9SWT04201Fundamentals of Sociology
10SWT04202Introduction to Social Work with Children and Youths
11SWT04203Introduction to ICT
12SWT04204Elementary Social work Research

LEVEL: TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE IN SOCIAL WORK

Objectives of the Program

General objective

The general objective for developing this Technician Certificate course is to prepare technician social workers, who under the supervision of qualified social workers, can engage in attending problems facing individuals, families and small groups; hence enhance their social functioning.

Specific Objectives

The specific objectives include the following:

  1. To enable students to acquire basic social work knowledge and skills in order to understand clients’ problem situations.
  2. To prepare students who will be able to use social work practice methods to attend clients with diverse problems.
  3. To enable students relate theoretical knowledge and practical work situations.

Table: Modules taught in the ODSW Programme

S/NCodeModule NameSemester1Semester2
1SWT05101Direct Social Work Practice
2SWT05102Introduction to Social work Ethics
3SWT05103Social Welfare Services and Policy
4SWT05104Introduction to Psychology
5SWT05105Introduction to Sociology
6SWT05106Communication Skills
7SWT05201Introduction to Field Instruction
8SWT05202Development Studies
9SWT05203Information and Communication Technology
10SWT05204Guidance and Counselling
11SWT05205Introduction to Social work Research
12SWT05206Block Fieldwork

LEVEL: ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL WORK

Objectives of the Course

The general objective for developing this NTA Level 6 program is to prepare technician social workers, who under the supervision of highly qualified social workers can engage in attending problems facing individuals, families and small groups; hence enhancing their capacities to address their socio-economic needs and problems.

Specific Objectives of the Course

  1. To enable students to acquire intermediate social work knowledge and skills in order to understand clients’ problem situations.
  2. To prepare students who will be able to use social work practice methods to attend clients with diverse problems.
  3. To enable students relate theoretical knowledge and practical work situations.

TABLE: Modules taught in the ODSW Programme

S/NCodeModule NameSemester1Semester2
1SWT06101Social Work with Diverse Populations
2SWT06102Integrated Fieldwork Practice
3SWT06103Fundamentals of Social Policy
4SWT06104Social work Research Methods
5SWT06105Theories and Skills of Guidance and Counselling
6SWT06106Human Behaviour and Social Environment
7SWT06201Entrepreneurship and Project Management
8SWT06202Social Work in Legal systems
9SWT06203Social work with Children and Youths
10SWT06204Early Childhood Care and Development
11SWT06205Sociology of Crime
12SWT06206Project paper

LEVEL: HIGHER DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL WORK (NTA LEVEL 7)

Objective of the Programme

General objective

The general objective for developing the curriculum for NTA Level 7 is to produce qualified and competent generalist Social Work practitioners with professional practice knowledge and skills, who will provide social welfare services to individuals, families, groups, communities and organizations; including leadership in social services delivery systems.

Specific Objectives

  1. To enable students to identify, integrate and apply a body of social work knowledge and skills in human welfare, problem-solving process to facilitate change and social functioning at micro, mezzo and macro level of social work practice.
  2. To enable students acquire a body of knowledge in human behaviour and social functioning in order to address social and economic injustice, provide social welfare services, as well as taking leadership and supervisory roles in human service organizations.
  3. To enable students apply research and policy knowledge and skills to design, implement and evaluate social welfare service programmes.

Table: Module Distribution for Semester I

CodeModule NameClassification
SWU07101Social Welfare ServicesC
SWU07102Psychology F
SWU07103Social Work PracticeC
SWU07104Communication SkillsF
SWU07105Field InstructionC
SWU07106SociologyF

Note: C = Core Module and F = Fundamental Module

Table: Module Distribution for Semester II

CodeModule NameClassification
SWU07207Social Work Theory and MethodsC
SWU07208Social Science ResearchC
SWU07209Field Instruction PracticeC
SWU07210Human Behaviour in the Micro Social EnvironmentC
SWU07211Welfare EconomicsF
SWU07212Development StudiesF

Note: C = Core Module and F = Fundamental Module

Table: Module Distribution for Semester III

CodeModule NameClassification
SWU07313Social Work ResearchC
SWU07314Child ProtectionF
SWU07315Information and Communication TechnologyF
SWU07316Early Childhood Care and EducationC
SWU07317Social PolicyC
SWU07318Disability and Gerontology Social WorkC

Note: C = Core Module and F = Fundamental Module

Table: Module Distribution for Semester IV

CodeModule NameClassification
SWU07419School Social WorkC
SWU07420Social Work in Medical SettingsC
SWU07421Social Work and LawC
SWU07422Concurrent FieldworkC
SWU07423Block FieldworkC
SWU07424Guidance and CounsellingF
SWU07425Culture and Human DiversityF

Note: C = Core Module and F = Fundamental Module

LEVEL: BACHELOR DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK (NTA LEVEL 8)

Objectives of the Program

General objective

The general objective for developing NTA Level 8 Curriculum is to produce qualified and competent generalist Social Work practitioners with professional practice, knowledge and skills who will provide social welfare services to individuals, families, groups, communities and organizations; including leadership in social services delivery systems.

Specific Objectives

  1. To enable students to identify, integrate and apply a body of social work knowledge and skills in human welfare, problem-solving process to facilitate change and social functioning at micro, mezzo and macro level of social work practice.
  2. To enable students acquire a body of knowledge in human behaviour and social functioning in order to address social and economic injustice, provide social welfare services, as well as taking leadership and supervisory roles in human service organizations.
  3. To enable students apply research and policy knowledge and skills to design, implement and evaluate social welfare service programmes.

Table: Module Distribution for Semester I

CodeModule NameClassification
SWU08101Integrated Field PracticeC
SWU08102Developmental Social WorkC
SWU08103Entrepreneurship and Project ManagementF
SWU08104Social ProtectionC
SWU08105Social Work and Disaster ManagementF
SWU08106Human Behaviour in the Macro Social EnvironmentC

Note: C = Core Module and F = Fundamental Module

Table: Module Distribution for Semester II

CodeModule NameClassification
SWU08207DissertationC
SWU08208Social Work and Community HealthC
SWU08209Social AdministrationC
SWU08210Financial ManagementF
SWU08211Social Work and Human RightsC
SWU08212Criminology and Correctional ServicesF
SWU08213Social Work with Marginalized PopulationF
SWU08214Social Work and Mental Health E
SWU08215Social Work and Substance AbuseE
SWU08216Social Work and GenderE

Note: C = Core Module and F = Fundamental Module

LEVEL: MASTERS DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK (NTA LEVEL 9)

Masters Degree in Social Work (MSW) is an advanced programme aimed at enabling students to acquire advanced professional qualification in Social Work. The MSW programme is intended for candidates who will perform advanced social work practice including managerial and supervisory roles, leadership and programme evaluation at micro, mezzo and macro levels; at national and international realm. The holder of this qualification will be able to apply advanced knowledge, skills and understanding in a wide and complex variety of contexts with substantial personal responsibility for the work of others and responsibility for designing, monitoring and evaluating social policies, welfare programmes, managing, and allocating national resources.

Objectives of the Program

General objective

The general objective for developing NTA Level 9 Curriculum is to produce qualified and competent generalist Social Work practitioners with professional practice knowledge and skills who will provide social welfare services to individuals, families, groups, communities and organizations, including leadership in social services delivery systems.

Specific Objectives

  1. To enable students to identify, integrate and apply a body of social work knowledge and skills in human welfare, problem-solving process to facilitate change and social functioning at micro, mezzo and macro level of social work practice.
  2. To enable students acquire a body of knowledge in human behaviour and social functioning in order to address social and economic injustice, provide social welfare services, as well as taking leadership and supervisory roles in human service organizations.
  3. To enable students apply research and policy knowledge and skills to design, implement and evaluate social welfare service programmes.

Table: All Modules for Masters Degree in Social Work Programme

CodeModule NameClassification
SWG09101Human Behaviour and Social EnvironmentFO
SWG09102Social Work PracticeFO
SWG09103Field InstructionFO
SWG09104Welfare Services and Policy ProcessesFO
SWG09205Direct and Indirect Social Work PracticeFO
SWG09206Social Work and LawFO
SWG09207Social Work and Human RightsFO
SWG09208Foundation Block FieldworkFO
SWG09309Advanced Social Work Ethical PrinciplesAD
SWG09310Advanced Qualitative Social Work Research MethodsAD
SWG09311Advanced Quantitative Social Research MethodsAD
SWG09312Advanced Administrative Principles and PracticeAD
SWG09313Advanced Direct Social Work MethodsAD
SWG09314Fieldwork SeminarsAD
SWG09415Advanced Policy PracticeAD
SWG09416DissertationAD
SWG09417Advanced Block FieldworkAD
SWG09418Social Work and Public Health (Elective) AD
SWG09419Social Work in Disaster Situation (Elective)AD
SWG09420Social Work with Marginalised Population (Elective)AD

Note: FO = MSW Foundation Level and AD = MSW Advanced Level

CONTACT PERSON:

Dr. William Manyama
Head of Social Work Departiment
Institute of Social Work
w.manyama@isw.ac.tz/info@isw.ac.tz
Phone:+255 22 274-443/+255 22 2700918

William Manyama is a lecturer in the Department of Social Work, at the Institute of Social Work. He holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He is a development professional with more than 12 years of experience in teaching, research and consultancy. His academic background reflects an interest in understanding the relationship between people and their environment from a spectrum of perspectives. His research interests and areas of expertise include: sociology, social work, social research, social policy, social administration, social welfare services and programmes. He has published notably on: Child welfare and protection, Parenting, Family planning, Family dynamics, Developmental social work, Indigenous and innovative social work models, Gender based violence and violence against children, and Community work, to mention a few. William Manyama is heading the Department of Social Work at the Institute of Social Work. He is a member of the Tender Board at the Institute of Social Work; member of the Faculty Board of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Dar es Salaam; member of the Steering Board of Mwananyamala Referral Hospital in Dar es Salaam. Further, William Manyama has a combination of positive attitude and hardworking spirit. Both of which are essential in teaching and undertaking any consultancy and research assignments in diverse contexts.

Correspondence: williammanyama@yahoo.com

Zena Mnasi MABEYO (PhD) is a senior lecturer in Social Work and the Acting Deputy Rector-Planning, Finance and Administration of the Institute of Social Work in Dar es Salaam. She has been actively involved in promoting social work not only in Tanzania her home country but in other African countries. She has been the Chairperson of the Tanzania Association of Social Workers from 2012 to October 2018 and a Country Coordinator of the project entitled “Promotion of Professional Social Work in East Africa (PROSOWO) which has contributed immensely to professionalising social work and increasing the visibility of African social work both locally and globally, from 2011 to 2018. Dr Mabeyo is the East African Representative of the Africa Association of Schools of Social Work (ASSWA). She has led research and contributed in publications in the field of Social Work in her country particularly in the areas of social protection for older people, the role of social work in poverty reduction and the indigenous and innovative models of social work practice.

Correspondence: zlyuwo@yahoo.com

Leah Natujwa Omari*: Assistant Lecturer

Advanced Diploma in Social Work (Institute of Social Work), Postgraduate Diploma in Development Studies (Development Studies Centre, Kimmage Manor, Dublin), M.A Sociology (University of Dar es Salaam)

Assistant Lecturer

Zachayo S. Shigongo*

Advanced Diploma in Social Work (Institute of Social Work), Master in International Social Welfare and Health Policy (Oslo University College, Norway)

Mr. Deodati Felix Babili holds a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Sociology from the University of Bristol in the U.K. and Advanced Diploma in Social Work from the Institute of Social Work (ISW) Dar-es-Salaam in Tanzania. He is a consultant and professional facilitator of social welfare services and basic techniques in child, youth and family guidance & counseling. Currently, he is a lecturer in Social Work and Mental Health as well as Social Protection at the Institute of Social Work (ISW) in Dares-Salaam, Tanzania. He has more than twenty (20) years career experience with the national and international community development-support programmes in diverse populations in Tanzania. Also, he has participated in various research projects; particularly in Karagwe District [with the Help Age International & London School of Tropical Hygiene]; in Lindi and Mtwara regions {RIPS Programme & Scanagri Oy]; on child labour eradication project in Morogoro and Tanga regions [ILO and ATE]; and on child protection survey in Magu and Temeke Districts [UNICEF].
Deo Babili is presently a research member of ISW-based Research Team working for a project entitled Exploring the reproductive health knowledge among higher learning students: A case of the Institute of Social Work, Dar-es-Salaam. In addition, he is pioneering on parenting skills and child protection training programmes with local stakeholders in Mwanza, Dar-es-Salaam, Arusha regions and Zanzibar Island. Besides, he is pursuing his PhD in Sociology at the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM).
He is working on a three-article study on community work with self-employed youths (boda-boda), Youth in higher learning institutions and mental health problems in cities and Psycho-social support for parents and school-authorities in guiding difficult children in schools. Babili has a devoted study interest in Human diversity and population at-risks, African ethnicity and multiculturalism, Mass media and global violence, Sociology of crime (Criminology), Juvenile delinquency and juvenile justice, Social protection for the ‘unrecognized’ active labour populations, Social work and mental health; Child and youth development, Community work with youth and families from diverse populations, Social welfare support systems and Evidence based informed practice (EBP) in the social work profession.

Correspondence:

Zainab Rashid*:
Assistant Lecturer

B.A. Education (University of Dar es Salaam), M.A Applied Social Psychology (University of Dar es Salaam)

Raphael .E. Asantemungu is an assistant lecturer at the Institute of Social Work in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He is currently perusing PhD in Development Studies specializing in Health Systems at the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. He owns a Master’s Degree in Philosophy of Development Studies from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, in Norway; and a B.A with Education from the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. His areas of interest are Public Health and Project Management. He has more than eight (8) years experience in teaching at various levels at the Institute of Social Work.

Correspondence:

Peter Mgawe is currently finalizing his PhD in Development Studies at the University of Dar es salaam in Tanzania. He holds a Master’s Degree in Development Studies from the University of Dar es Salaam. He has a Postgraduate Diploma in Social Work obtained from the Open University of Tanzania. Besides, he also has a B. A. (Hons) with Education obtained from the University of Dar es Salaam. Currently, he is serving at the Institute of Social Work as an Assistant lecturer for more than 8 years.
Mgawe has delivered consultancy services on developing a Child Safeguard Policy granted by The Tanzania Interfaith Partnership Organization (TIP). Moreover, he has managed to do research and publish in various areas such as Sexual and reproductive health information among the youth in secondary and higher learning institutions, The history of Mpimbwe tribe where different old people were interviewed about the history of their area and managed to publish a book. He has also researched and published a journal article entitled “Factors affecting bush meat consumption in the Katavi-Rukwa ecosystem of Tanzania”. He is currently working on two paper articles entitled “The use of sexual and reproductive health information in reducing sexual transmitted disease among adolescents in selected secondary schools in Mtwara” and “Knowledge on reproduction health Information in reducing sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies in higher learning Institutions in Tanzania”.

Correspondence:

Hussein Ally Kanduru is an assistant lecturer at the Institute of Social Work (ISW) Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work, from The Open University of Tanzania (OUT) and Master’s Degree in Economical Cybernetics from Kharkiv National University of Radioelectronics, Ukraine. Mr. Kanduru has also a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Sumy State University, Ukraine.
Mr. Kanduru is a Country Psychosocial Support (PSS) facilitator (CoFa) and has participated in providing various training on Issues of Psychosocial Support in emergencies including the Covid-19 pandemic. He has also participated as a co-consultant in developing a Simplified User Guide for Counselors of Survivors of Violence against Women and Children for the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar. Mr. Kanduru has also interest in working in economic empowerment programmes for various groups in the community including youth.

Correspondence:

Paul Mwangosi

Assistant Lecturer

Advanced Diploma in Social Work (Institute of Social Work), Master of Arts in Social Science (Stockholm University, Sweden)

Patience Nelson Kawamala is an assistant lecturer at the Institute of Social Work, serving in the Department of Social Work. She is currently a PhD candidate in Health Sciences at the Oslo Metropolitan University in Norway. She holds an M. A in Community Work from Bergen University College, Norway; a Diploma in Education from Dar es Salaam Teachers’ College in Tanzania; and an Advanced Diploma in Social Work from the Institute of Social Work, in Tanzania.
As a lecturer, she has a broad experience on facilitating various modules such as Developmental Social Work, Child Protection, Social Work in Medical Settings, as well as supervising students’ dissertations and project papers.
As a social work academic, she has taken part in developing and reviewing curricula. She has also been consulted in several writers’ workshops with the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children; and developed teachers’ and students’ practicum guides for a Community Health Programme run by various institutes under the ministry. Furthermore, she was engaged in the Healing Families – Positive Parenting project which was run collaboratively by the International Rescue Committee (IRC), The Institute of Social Work and The Social Welfare Department, to impart positive parenting skills to parents with the aim of reducing and addressing child abuse and violence against children; both as a facilitator and a task force member. As a researcher, she has experience on group research projects, whereby her PhD study is part of the group research project on the multicultural staff community in municipal health and care services in Norway, conducted by The Centre for Care research, with four different work packages.
Patience´s research interest areas include Human diversity and multiculturalism, Children and youth participation processes, Community work with diverse populations, and Social work in health care settings.

Correspondence:

Leah Nielsen Mwaisango*

Assistant Lecturer

Certificate in Education (Korogwe Teachers Training College), Advanced Diploma in Social Work (Institute of Social Work), M.A in Sociology and Social Work (The Open University of Tanzania)

Dr. Minani Ntahosanzwe is a lecturer at the Institute of Social Work and a Social Worker as well. He has twenty years of teaching experience specialized in the areas of gender, social work practice and field work instruction. He holds a Diploma in Education, from Morogoro Teachers’ College in Tanzania. He also has a Bachelor Degree in Social Work, from the Institute of Social Work, in Tanzania; Master’s Degree in Social Work and PhD in Social Work, from the Open University of Tanzania. His areas of interest include gerontology, gender studies and parenting. Dr. Minani has delivered consultancy services in Positive parenting, Gender based violence (GBV), and Guidance and counselling.

Correspondence:

Dustan John Haule:
Assistant Lecturer

Advanced Diploma in Social Work (Institute of Social Work), Master of Arts and Social Sciences (The Open University of Tanzania)

Dr. Twaha Waziri is a lecturer at the Institute of Social Work (ISW). He holds a Ph.D in Social Work; and Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Open University of Tanzania (OUT); and Advanced Diploma in Social Work from the Institute of Social Work.
He is presently the Head of Quality Assurance Unit at the Institute of Social Work; and the former Project Officer for Global Fund OVC programme under Tanga Elderly Women Resources Centre (2009-2010). He is also the former head of Probation and Community Service Department under the Ministry of Home Affairs (2010-2013).
Dr.Twaha Waziri has specialized skills in social work with vast experience but not limited to child protection, counselling, gender issues, human rights and correctional services for adult and juvenile offenders. He has also conducted research and published journal articles in various areas including Street children, Child labour, Substance abuse and Community services. He has also experience in undertaking various consultancies in Validation of social work related curricula from various training institutions. Dr. Twaha Waziri has also vast experience in reviewing manuscripts for publications of paper articles in various journals.

Correspondence:

Mary Godfrey Mchau:
Assistant Lecturer

B.A. Education in Arts (University of Dar es Salaam), M.A Applied Social Psychology (University of Dar es Salaam)

Rukia Mwinyi: Assistant Lecturer

Bachelor Degree in Social Work (Institute of Social Work), Master Degree in Social Work (Institute of Social Work)

Catherine Aquiline Manda is an assistant lecturer at the Institute of Social Work; serving in the Department of Social Work. She is currently a PhD in Sociology candidate at the University of Dar es Salaam, in Tanzania. She holds a Master’s Degree in International social welfare and health policy from Oslo University in Norway; and a Bachelor Degree in Social Work from the Institute of Social Work, in Tanzania.
Manda lectures on Social work in medical setting, Social welfare policy and services, Social work with children and youth, and Disability and Gerontology social work. She has done research and consultancy in Gerontology and empowerment, and capacity building to youth especially to higher learning students.

Correspondence:

Richard Haule:
Assistant Lecturer

Bachelor Degree in Social Work (Institute of Social Work), Master in International Social Welfare and Health Policy (Oslo University, Norway).

Salma Ramadhani Fundi:
Assistant Lecturer

Advanced Diploma in Social Work (Institute of Social work), Master of Social Work (The Open University of Tanzania)

Jonas Tillya:
Assistant Lecturer

BSC. In Computer System Engineering and Informatics, MSC. In Engineering and technology (St. Petersburg Electronical University- Russia)

Gilbert Mkisi*:
Assistant Lecturer

Bachelor Degree in Social work (Institute of Social Work), Master of Social Work (The Open University of Tanzania)

Petro T Ntemi*

Assistant Lecturer

B.A Education (Mount Meru University) Master of Arts in Sociology (University of Dodoma)

Abigail Samuel Kiwelu:
Assistant Lecturer

Bachelor Degree in Social Work (Institute of Social Work)

Dr. Deman is the multi-talented Tanzanian young lady who holds a PhD in Medical Anthropology, from the University of Dodoma (UDOM) in Tanzania; Master of Science in International Studies and Development Cooperation, from EWHA Woman’s University-Seoul, in South Korea; and a Bachelor in Sociology, from the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) in Tanzania.
Dr. Deman has conducted numerous research projects, especially in areas of gender, health, sanitation, child protection and infectioius diseases. Dr Deman has conducted community based projects in various areas such as HIV, Youth, girls’ education and Women empowerment. She is more interested in issues of health and culture in the era of globalization, and how social interaction affects or is translated into human behaviour in relation to gender and indigenous communities.

Julius Mbilinyi is an assistant lecturer, serving in the Department of Social Work at the Institute of Social Work in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He holds a Master of Arts in Sociology and a Bachelor of Arts, both from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He also has a Diploma in Human Rights and Gender Equality from Uppsala University and Swedish Institute of Public Administration in Sweden.
He has over 16 years of working experience and research in areas of social policy, governance and management of Non-Governmental Organizations, gender development, children’s rights, climate change, social development and protection. Before joining the Institute of Social Work in February 2020, he worked with the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, the Vice President’s Office and various NGOs in the capacities of Director of Gender Development, Assistant Director for NGOs’ Coordination and Monitoring, Senior Community Development Officer and Programme Officer (Health Governance).

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