Mental health, a hidden illness in the Nigerian Diaspora community.

July 15, 2018

Lade Olugbemi (Convener, mental health first aider, trainer & community support worker-Nous Organisation Ltd) giving a short presentation about this issue at the Nigerian Schools Foundation (UK) network session on 9 June 2018. 

 

For further information about this : www.nousorganisation.com
 

Networking sessions FAQs

A. What are these sessions for?
Up to one hour free session at each NSF (UK) meeting dedicated to networking of members. Monthly planning meetings are held on the second Saturday of the month at the Lagos Island Restaurant, 417 Lea Bridge Road, London E10 7EA .Members planning to promote an opportunity, product or services to the group can take advantage. Slot -15mins-30mins max.

 

B. Who can attend or present ideas/opportunities?
Open to all members, current, prospective. Presenters may be independent. Also anyone can attend.

 

C. How to book a slot?
Book via Head of Administration (lara.bamgbelu@nsf.community or info@nsf.community). For logistics reasons, presenters to book sessions in advance of meetings.

Nigerian Schools Foundation (UK) is a forum, for UK based alumni associations of Nigerian schools, a grassroots community not for profit organisation.  

For further information visit: www.nsf.community

 

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