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Seadogs donate 35 pints of blood to needy patients in Calabar

The Calabar Municipal chapter of the National Association of Seadogs in Cross River State (Jokaina Deck) has donated 35 pints of blood to needy patients in public health institutions in Calabar. The exercise which took place on the 25th of August 2018, was carried out by the Calabar centre of the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) at the chapter's Anchor Point, attracted not less than 40 seadogs, some of whom came with their wives.

NAS Hiroshima Deck visits Neighbourhood House at Tasmania, Australia

NAS Hiroshima Deck visited the George Town Neighbourhood house on Saturday July7th 2018, as part of their activities during a work and charity visit to Tasmania. The association, led by the then Cap'n, Dr Charles Meribole, was received on arrival by the Director of the George Town Neighbourhood Houses, Ms Simone Lowe, alongside other staff and volunteers of the centre.

Seadogs in Ebonyi State Reach Out to Old People/Destitutes

On the 15th of December 2016, the National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates' Confraternity) in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State held a Medical/Charity outreach at the Old Peoples/Destitutes home. This visit was prompted by the event that earlier happened where four inmates died from preventable and treatable diseases.

Group stage street march against rape, child abuse

Hundreds of residents of Yenagoa, Bayelsa state capital over the weekend applauded the National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates' Confraternity) for staging a street march against child rape and abuse in the state. The growing rate of child rape, molestation and abuse in Yenagoa and other communities has been a source of worry to the state government and non-governmental organizations in the state.

#OurVotesCount... Beyond Campaign Promises!

This year’s 2016 Citizens’ Summit is designed to raise awareness on participatory governance and ensure the electorate understands that their role goes beyond casting and defending their votes during elections.

Brexit: Impact on Ethnic Minorities

A publicity/enlightenment campaign towards the forthcoming town hall meeting.

Scholarship Scheme – Abuja, FCT

In line with the National Association of Seadog’s thrust to support education, especially of disadvantaged children, the National Association of Seadogs Zuma Deck (Federal Capital Territory, Abuja) has designed a scholarship scheme, which will cater for indigent but brilliant students. These are students who would normally have been sent home because their parents cannot afford the fees.

Water Borehole Project – Umalokun, Delta State

NAS marked its annual Umalokun Memorial in hournour of its members killed by the police in 1983 by commissioning a borehole Water Project for the Police Station at Ozoro, Umalokun, Delta State, Nigeria.

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