The National Association of Social Workers in Somalia (NASWIS) is a professional body works with Ministry of Women and Human Rights Development and the only national body representing for the social work development and social well-being, working for the advancement of Social Work in Somalia.
The National Association of Social Workers in Somalia (NASWIS) is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the Somalia. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies. The National Association of Social Workers in Somalia was established in October, 2o17, following a careful planning by the by Somali individuals. The attainment of this long-sought objective reflected the growing conviction on the part of social work practitioners that there was need for greater unity within the social work profession, and an organizational structure through which the resources of the profession could be utilized most effectively for the improvement and strengthening of social welfare programs.
We provide professional trainings to social workers to improve their capacity to perfume effectively.Read More
We are campaigning for improved professional working conditions and for an end poverty and homelessness.Read More
We stand for a fairer, more equitable society – and challenges social injustice in all forms.Read More
We lobby the government for a better understanding of social work committed to building a better society.Read More
NASWIS has a range of member networks for specialist interests, projects and reference groups.Read More
We are a member of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) Social Work Conferences Somalia.Read More