The foundation offers nine-month training courses in a variety of fields including secretarial studies, health services, child services, cosmetology, landscaping, hospitality management, photography and videography (1544 female graduates).
The program targets girls and women who do not wish or are unable to pursue their academic studies. The program’s core purpose is based on the statement of Imam As-Sadr that “we should provide the proper climate for the development of women’s capacities to the service of society.” The foundation believes that all development efforts ultimately fail unless they utilize women’s potentials and reflect them in their legislations, customs, and culture.
The program is characterized by its responsiveness to job market demands and the aspirations and capacities of beneficiaries through the wide range of specialties it offers. The program goes beyond simply building the practical skills pertaining to the profession to include a variety of religious, social, and cultural courses aimed at the rights, social, and cultural empowerment of women. View video