May 7, 2015, 10:22 AM
35 men and women graduated as social workers after a fruitful year of studies and hard work.
ceremony Madam Ellen, RMATC Director, gave the history of
"Some of our children have gone to overseas and some are integrated into society and gainfully employed," she said. She praised the UTG for helping to set up the social work programme. She urged the community to employ the graduands.
"Social work as a profession enhances social change, their training is vital," she said. She stressed that this could not be acquired in a few weeks. To the graduands she said they should not be afraid to support people in need.
Senghore, representing UTG, said UTG has been involved formally or informally.
UTG, he said, is committed to the smooth running of the social work programme
Nyang, speaking on behalf of
He acknowledged the plight of the disabled as enormous.
He emphasised that the more one knows the more you discover what you don't know.
"Social Welfare set up in 1962," he said. He said they should be good ambassadors for their teachers to have good praise.