The project called "Support for the expansion of employment opportunities for women" was concluded in Agjabadi
The project called "Support for the expansion of employment opportunities for women" implemented in order to increase the employment of women in Agjabedi district, to increase their representation in the direction of entrepreneurship and their reputation in the society, has been concluded.
Elnur Gasimov, a social worker of the Karabakh office of the Youth Education Center (YEC) made a presentation and informed about the work done within the framework of the three-month project. He said that the purpose of the project is to support the employment of women from the vulnerable population group, as well as to encourage them to become small entrepreneurs, to increase their knowledge and skills, and to acquire a relevant profession. In the framework of the project involving nineteen women, trainings and various vocational courses were organized for them to increase their knowledge and skills in order to establish their own businesses and form entrepreneurial activities. In addition to theoretical knowledge, practical knowledge and skills during production experience were taught to the attendees by professional experts.
The head of the Karabakh office of YEC, Rade Telmangizi, pointed out that a number of measures have been implemented by our state to ensure the employment of women and acquire relevant professions. She said that a woman's rightful place in the family and society is one of the main goals of our state. The purpose of this project is to support the women's policy of the state.
Nigar Bayramli, the chairman of Trust Charity Public Union, emphasized the importance of the project for women in the region, and said that they will continue to support the implementation of socially important projects.
Other speakers highly appreciated the importance of the project in order to increase women's labor market participation and employment opportunities.
Then children appeared on the catwalk in a special collection created by participants of tailoring course. The collection was displayed by children who benefited from the services of the "Center for Inclusive Education and Child Development".
At the end, those who successfully completed the course were given a certificate and equipment suitable for the professional course they attended.