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Professional training for 20 women inmates in Baabda women’s prison


As part of the initiative to rehabilitate inmates inside and outside prison, Dar Al Amal association distributed certificates for about 20 inmates at the Baabda Women Prison who completed training courses in sewing and hairdressing. The project is in partnership with the Lebanese Ministry of Social Affairs, Sarah’s Bag and DIACONIA Sweden for International Development and Cooperation. It should be noted, that Dar Al Amal has since 1996 embarked on helping inmates in the acquisition of skills they need to improve their living conditions inside three women jails across Lebanon, mainly in Baabda, Tripoli and Zahle. It has also sought to assist convicted women in the development of their capacities and in facing challenges in order to reintegrate them in society. (Al Mustaqbal, April 19, 2016)


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