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CEOs in development To Meet In Abuja: Dean Initiative Hosts

Are you in Abuja and run a nonprofit organization? Are you interested in the NGO sector and want to gain new skills?
If YES, then the Abuja NGO Connection Day event is for you!
Come and connect with other development professionals, learn, interact and network. Participants at this event will also benefit from the well structured capacity building training sessions on that day.

To participate,

Or send: Your name, Organization, Location, Phone number, Email To: or call 08067616185

Date: 13th August 2015

Only 50 people will be registered...... hurry! Participation fee is N5,000 only.

NGO Connection Day is powered by DEAN INITIATIVE


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