7 jun 2010
New project "Education of women - the key to success of the family"
Beginning from May 2010 started implementation of a new project "Education of women - the key to success of the family.”
ProjAim of the project: Strengthening the capacity of wives and daughters of migrant workers of Sughd in improving the quality of life by providing qualitative vocational education and informal learning.
Geography of the project: Khujand city and B. Gafurov district of Sughd region of the Republic of Tajikistan.
Project Duration: 8 months, from 01.05.2010 to 31.12.2010.
Objectives of the project:
- Meet the needs of the unemployed poor adult population among wives and daughters of migrant workers in professional educational services of appropriate level
- Raising the knowledge of women - members of families of migrant workers in the field of law, business administration and strengthening their gender roles
- Public awareness about the problems of labor migration and the ways of its solution
- Creating a single database on educated women.
To address these challenges will be held short courses in the following specialties:
- training confectioners
- accounting with knowledge of computer
These courses will be conducted on the basis of partner Training Centers across Sughd region.
Applicants will be selected from among unemployed women and girls registered at Employment Center.
During the period of implementation of the project at least 75 women will be trained in a course.
In addition, planned holding of seminars on Women's Rights and Gender aspects, HIV / AIDS prevention, and business planning for the wives and daughters, as well as conducting various informal meetings in which women will be able to share experiences and discuss pressing issues.
Following the seminars on business planning a competition on preparation of the best business plan will be announced. 5 best business plans will be rewarded with valuable prizes.
The project involves the preparation and broadcasting of television programs devoted to the problems of families of migrant workers.
A single database on all educated women will be created, including their age, sex, place of residence and marital status. The base will allow continuing monitor the lives of these women in the ongoing monitoring.