Opening a hairdressing course for 150 women in Sulaymaniyah

22/6/2019 19:52:00

A member of the Council of Representatives of the PUK bloc opened a hairdressing course for 150 women in the district of Bazian in Sulaymaniyah province in order to provide employment opportunities for women.


A statement by the Council of Representatives / Sulaymaniyah office and obtained by PUKmedia on Saturday said that, "for the purpose of providing employment opportunities for women in the Bazian district, MP Hassan Alli opened a hairdressing course for 150 women within the region."


The statement added that, the budget of the course was allocated by Bazian Cement Factory in cooperation with the Kurdistan Economic Development Organization (KEDO) to provide employment opportunities for the women of the region, while Alli stressed the necessity of these projects to increase the employment opportunities of women, praising the role of Bazian cement factory and thanked them for this encouraging step by them.




PUKmedia / Sulaymaniyah's Media Office of the Council of Representatives 



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