Received by mail Fri, 26 Jan 2007 from the Global Welfare on Child Development: Subject: Special invitation!

The members of GLOBAL WELFARE ON CHILD DEVELOPMENT of Canada, invites Welfare organizations, youths and youth-focused organizations to take an active role in this forth coming International conferences taking place in Canada. This conference will take place from 7th to 14th March 2007 and have its theme as CHILD WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT STATAGIES, (ASSAULT). CHILD PROSTITUTION and STOP HIV/AIDS INFECTION NOW are also on the topics. We believe this is a colossal opportunity to network with like-minded individuals and organizations in the promotion and development of pro-active NGOs involvement in around the globe.

Our independents donors is in accord to cover over 70% of all charges, e.g., Finance all round trip tickets, visa issuance throughout the conference in Canada for all participants. The organizing committees will process the Canada visa for all interested participant requiring visa to Canada. The visa will be processed and authorized in Canada by the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship in-conjunction with the Canadian Department of Homeland security. Confirmation will be sent by fax to the Canadian Embassy in your country and a copy to delegate via fax.

We are only giving rooms for existing and active organizations to participate in these events as chances are limited. We therefore look forward for your favorable compliance with the following information from your organization:
1) Aims and objectives of the Organization.
2) Organization’s profile.
3) Achievements.
4) Abstract inline with the topic.

Send your response to the secretary organizing committee for endorsement and participation. In this event, Group from any organization is allowed to participate from each of the selected countries. Like-minded Individuals are also welcome along with their names and passport.

Contact the secretary, e-mail, téléfax 15016414476.
Our Regards, Hon. Forrest Bishop, Global Welfare on Child Development, 26 Jan 2007.

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