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VOCATIONAL TRAINING COURSES FOR HOUSE WIFES

Given these challenges, vocational training can play a key role in helping house wifes get jobs. Vocational training typically includes development of technical capacity, entrepreneurship, and business skills. Ideally, vocational training is demand-oriented and builds specific skills tailored to prospective employers' needs. Other vocational training programmes help house wifes build a wide set of soft skills, such as conflict resolution, team building, and communication, which they can use in a variety of jobs. While soft skills may complement demand-oriented training, research demonstrates that the success of vocational training depends primarily on programmes' ability to target and help girls develop the actual technical and business skills needed by employers.

SOCIAL INTEGRATION COURSES FOR REFUGEESS

Refugees’ social integration in the host society is high on the international agenda. Refugees’ social integration is also in line with the Sustainable Development Goal  which is “Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all, and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all level”, particularly target  which focuses on “Ensure public access to information and protect fundamental freedoms, in accordance with national legislation and international agreements”. As IKSAD INTERNATIONAL, we operate in 2 countries "refugees social integraton project" which involves vocational courses, host country's language and culture.

PARENTS AND KIDS TRAINING AGAINIST CHILD ABUSEMENT

The objective of this project is reducing child maltreatment and modifying associated factors as well as to examine the moderator variables that are linked to program effects. The projects also aims to teach protective factors associated with child maltreatment. However, the effects of the parenting programs on reducing parental depression and stress were limited. Parenting programs produced positive effects in low-, middle-, and high-income countries and were effective in reducing child maltreatment when applied as primary, secondary, or tertiary child maltreatment intervention. In conclusion, parenting programs are effective public health approaches to reduce child maltreatment. The evidence-based service of parenting programs could be widely adopted in future practice.

TRAFFIC RULES TRAINING PROJECTS FOR KIDS

Teaching kids road safety is a very crucial part of raising the young ones as it directly concerns their physical safety and well-being as they grow and become independent. Rather than isolated lectures and demonstrations, road safety is something that needs to be done continuously and even subtly at times. For that project we each year donating electrical cars to kindergartens and training kids over traffic rules and emergency cases.

ENTERTAINMENT PROJECT FOR KIDS

The aim of that project is to teaching kids outdoor and indoor activities to exclude them mobile phones and tablets. Including painting, playing music instruments, playing with basic toys and many kids play that kids can play themselves. Especially kids meeting with  ground and playing on it is very significant for gaining self confidince. 

The other operation of this project is donating toys to kids in economically need. 

WATER WELL PROJECT

Every day in rural communities and poor urban centers throughout sub-Saharan Africa and other corners on earth, hundreds of millions of people suffer from a lack of access to clean, safe water. Nearly 1 billion people suffer needlessly without access to safe water. We're convinced this can change - one village at a time.
The digging of wells  has often been thought of as the solution to helping rural women walking to get water, but they may cause more harm than good.

NGOs often punt the digging of wells as the solution to the long distances women in rural areas travel to collect water. These wells do improve the quality of life, but care needs to be taken in digging them as they could lead to the over-exploitation of aquifers. It is true that wells have been advocated because they are easy to use, and because of the perception that groundwater is omnipresent. Also, the cost of sinking a well in comparison to other water supply infrastructure is minimal.