Helping Ezidi women survivors embrace a new life Duhok administration empowers women in IDP camps to acquire various skills
Ammar Aziz- DuhokThe Humanitarian Affairs Board in Duhok governorate is organizing various training courses for Ezidi women who survived Islamic State brutality and currently live in Duhok IDP camps.
[caption id="attachment_24448" align="alignnone" width="387"] Duhok- Awarding training course graduates Photo: Ammar Aziz[/caption]
The training courses which continued for 2 months include tailoring skills and illiteracy eradication courses. As many as 150 women and girls took part.
[caption id="attachment_24449" align="alignnone" width="318"] Duhok- Training course participants receive their awards Photo: Ammar Aziz[/caption]
Salim Saeed, head of the board’s media department told (KirkukNow), “The goal of these courses is providing job opportunities for displaced Ezidi women and girls.
[caption id="attachment_24450" align="alignnone" width="513"] Duhok- As many as 150 Ezidi women took part in the courses Photo: Ammar Aziz[/caption]
At the end of the courses the participants were awarded, while top two graduates were assisted to start their own business.
[caption id="attachment_24452" align="alignnone" width="514"] Duhok- The training courses lasted for 60 days Photo: Ammar Aziz[/caption]
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