Beth Nahrain Organization for Women concludes fifth computer literacy course in Baghdede, Iraq

BAGHDEDE, Iraq — The Beth Nahrain Organization for Women (BNOW) in Iraq continues its educational courses in the cities and towns of Nineveh Plains, concluding its fifth International Computer Driving License (ICDL) course on Thursday in Baghdede.

The course, which started on 14 April and lasted for a month, included instruction in Microsoft Word and Excel.

During the graduation event held on Thursday, certificates of completion were distributed to the course graduates by BNOW head Hanan Matti Touma and course trainer Swedlana Amir Saeed.

The participants were evaluated at the end of the course by administrators and their results were positive.

BNOW’s ICDL courses are conducted with the support of the Schmitz Stiftung Organization through the German Syriac Cross with the goal of training a total of 80 women in computer literacy in 6 months.

The courses aim to empower women economically, one of the main pillars and objectives of the BNOW.