Saudi charity to deliver marital training to 4,000 people
The society will train 80 men and women to deliver training to 4,000 delegates who are getting married soon through a series of training courses.
The Al-Mawaddah Charitable Society for Social Reform in Jeddah has approved the implementation of training materials for young men and women looking to get married from Oct. 25.
The Ministry of Social Affairs has approved the materials. The society will train 80 men and women to deliver training to 4,000 delegates who are getting married soon through a series of training courses, Al-Riyadh daily said.
At a board meeting at its headquarters, the society approved a workshop for social initiatives and improving its image.
Chairman of Al-Mawaddah, Dr. Anas Abdulwahab Zar’ah, expressed thanks to the Ministry of Social Affairs for its support for the society and adopting programs that contribute to achieving family stability in the Kingdom.
He expressed happiness that the society is in partnership with the ministry in training young men and women who are getting married soon.
Zar’ah said the society’s board reviewed many subjects including its accomplishments, finances, ambitions and future plans.
They also discussed how to implement many programs and projects to improve care and awareness for families.
Participants in the meeting examined the mechanisms for supporting the society so it is able to carry out its future plans and programs.
Al-Mawaddah aims to protect the family and reducing divorce rates in cooperation with Shariah courts and security authorities through guidance and awareness on family matters.
This article was first published in Saudi Gazette on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014.