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MINISTRY LEARNS THE WAY TO HAPPINESS
Friday 30th April 2010

Twenty officers from the Ministry of Social Transformation participated in “The Way to Happiness” Conference held aboard the Freewinds Ship on Thursday.

The ship which is currently docked at the Deep Water Harbour facilitated around three hundred persons within the Government sector and was geared specifically for service providers.

Officers from the Ministry of Social Transformation Probation unit, Community Development Division and the Citizens Welfare Division were among the participants.

The attendees were schooled on basic social principles that would enhance their daily performance as well as leader’s guidance.

Tools that would enhance the delivery of social service were also distributed to the participants.


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