Abraham Fund opens leadership courses for Arab women

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March 10, 2013 04:20

 
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International Women’s Day was marked on Friday and the The Abraham Fund Initiatives for the integration and equality of Arab citizens on Thursday kicked off 2013’s yearlong education program for Arab women in their villages.

On Thursday, the fund opened up five courses in northern Arab villages with a new program to promote leadership among Arab women. The Partners for Life program is running five ongoing classes in northern Arab villages and two new classes in the Negev that target Beduin women, with around 200 participants in total.

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