Women's Support Center
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Awareness Programs


The Supreme Council for Women works, since it establishment, on providing means of security and stability for women throughout all age stages and social status reaching to a secure and stable family. This would be achieved through a number of awareness programs for the society on the importance of family stability through working with strategic partnership to provide the necessary services for women support and find the solution to reinforce their role in family and the society.


Family Culture:

  • Training awareness programs on family harmony pre-marriage skills.

  • Train trainers to qualify them for training on family harmony skills.


Legal Culture:

  • Training awareness programs for women in the fields of law and human rights.

  • Free legal assistance.

In line with the care of the Supreme Council for Women to merge women in leadership positions in institutions and with the existence of similar obstacles around the world against women’s advancement, cooperation started with Intellect Resources Management Company to hold several awareness workshops on this issue.

A focus group was held in regards to the issue of women in leadership positions in the private sector at Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre on October 2014. It was managed by Creativity Bank Board Member and Businesswoman Ms. Sabah Al-Moayad in the presence of representatives from the private sector and representatives from the Supreme Council for Women.

The goals of the Focus Group:

  • Set mechanisms that support and encourage employing women in the private sector to sustain their professional development.

  • Strengthening women to face and overcome work challenges to reach success.

  • Empower women to hold a leadership position in the future.

The theme of the Focus Group

  • Identify challenges and difficulties that might face women.

  • The required skills to develop women’s capabilities and empower them to reach leadership positions.

  • The importance of qualifying women for important leadership positions in institutions such as board members.