Osun Care Givers Charged On Service Delivery

Date Posted: October 28, 2016 at 6:28 am

Every care giver in the state should strive to impact positively on the beneficiaries and the people  so that the service being rendered will be meaningful and rewarding .

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Women, Children and Social Affairs, Pharmacist (Mrs) Omolara Ajayi made this known at an in-house Capacity Building workshop held at the Children’s Home and Correctional Centre, OSOGBO for care givers and social workers in the state.

Pharmacist (Mrs) Ajayi affirmed that the children, who are the beneficiaries of the care giving and service , have the right to survive no matter the economic condition of their parents and the society.

She then enjoined the care givers to embrace learning so that they can improve on their performance  and development.

She also called on the caregivers to be steadfast in taking care of the children at the Home and Correctional Centre. According to her, “if you have knowledge and keep it to yourself, the knowledge will die with you and won’t be useful to anyone “.

Also speaking, the Zonal Welfare Officer, Ede, Mrs. A . Lawrence, in her presentation, affirmed that the challenges of children at the Home and Correctional Centres are enormous, yet, self-expectation, fulfilment and actualization are keys to overcoming such challenges.

She maintained that care givers and social workers must be prudent, have motion all balance and intelligence and must be emphatic without giving room to bullying ,aggression or anger to the children no matter the circumstance.

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