Heads of Schools and Proprietors Summit

A yearly educational event scheduled to hold this year on the 17th on November, 2017 in Lagos Nigeria, is proudly organised by Advocacy Against Negligence in Schools (AANIS).

The aim of the summit is to create awareness in schools and other educational institutes in Nigeria on negligence on school children which has led from less to severe disabilities and in most cases deaths, and also how to reduce and prevent negligence to the barest minimum.

The event is targeted at school principals, school heads, school proprietors and related others to make sure that they are aware of the each student's health and well-being, and to make sure that their schools boarding environs are in compliance with health and safety standards.

When & Location

Location:
Lagos, Nigeria
Date:
17/11/2017 10:00 AM to 17/11/2017 04:00 PM


Contact
Event Organiser:
Advocacy Against Negligence In Schools (AANIS)
Address:
NECA Event Centre
Telephone:
0803 300 2686, 0803 301 9801
Email:


Event Price:
free




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