Progress Achieved towards
Illiteracy Eradication (1997-2007)
Defining the program:
IEPRH is a program designed for eradication of alphabetical illiteracy and for Islamic enlightenment among female prisoners in redemption houses, which are subordinate to MI. IEPRH is also designed for female citizens at firms subordinate to MSA, such as girls’ welfare, rehabilitation houses, infirmaries, as well as charitable associations.
Program execution procedures:
a- Opening of classrooms, or if necessary IE centers, and provide instructors with, guidance, circular letters, and Academic plans.
b- Attendance of illiterate women is followed-up by the beneficiary party. c- IEPRH is supervised by IEP female supervisors.
d- A final report about IEPRH program output is submitted to the IEP general department. Over 316 female residents, from different countries, had profited from this program in the year 2007/2008.
(5/16) Old Women Vocational Program (OWVP):
Based on the executive statement of the adults and IE education system, in the 2nd article, clause (D): “ Organization of a variety of educational programs that could help satisfy their cultural and socioeconomic needs.” Whereas the eighth plan for girls’ education development has comprised a number of policies to follow, such as: 1- Providence of parallel educational channels, alternatively to contain those who had suspended from regular educational system. 2- Expansion of current adult women’ education domains, and adopt flexible system throughout up-to-date formulae that meet old women’ education needs and circumstances. To fulfill that, and by reason of the significance of cultural IE among female citizens, IEP departments manage up some vocational programs designed particularly for IE centers graduate women, and housewives aiming at: 1- Have the subjects acquire some vocations, and other everyday life skills as well. 2- Publicizing of general culture amongst house wives for the benefit of uplifting their intellectual, scientific, and vocational levels. 3- Helping trainee women overcoming their daily family worries and problems they encounter.