Revitalizing the Nineveh Plains: Beth Nahrain Organization for Women in Iraq concludes 2nd computer course

BARTELLA, Nineveh Plains – In a series of ongoing educational development and economic emancipation courses for Suraye (Syriac) women and girls, the Beth Nahrain Organization for Women (BNOW) concluded its second computer course in the Syriac town of Bartella, Nineveh Plains. The computer course included text processing, preparing official documents, and setting up the administration of a small business.

The participants to the course were handed an official certificate of participation by the BNOW President in Iraq Hanan Matti Touma, BNOW representative in Bartella Sarah Mounir Saeed, and trainer Svetlana Amir Said.

The Beth Nahrain Organization for Women is a non-governmental organization which is committed to help Suraye women in particular to emancipate and achieve economic equality by enabling them to develop capabilities, like keeping pace with modern technology, and help exercise their social and constitutional rights.

The second computer course was made possible by a grant from German Schmitz Stiftungen and the Syriac Cross for Relief and Development in Germany to train 80 women for six months.