To support women and education.. The World Muslim Communities Council concludes the conference on the promotion of the role of women in Nepal
The conference on "the promotion of the role of women in the Republic of Nepal", which was organized by the World Muslim Communities Council in cooperation with the Muslim Women 's Welfare Association in Nepal, concluded its activities on Tuesday.
the Conference called in its most important recommendations for strengthening the mechanisms of cultural, social and economic interdependence in the Nepalese society, furthermore, working on to find effective mechanisms for extending the rule of law in society, as well as encouraging Nepalese to a comprehensive and civilized education.
The Conference also stressed the need to give priority to the participation of women qualitatively and numerically in the building of the Nepalese society. In addition to the need of understanding religious texts in a manner to commensurate with the way of life and ensure the achievement of cohesion and interdependence in society.
The conference of the World Muslim Communities Council in Support of Women in Nepal culminated in its second day with a training course and several field visits by attending Saeed Hamdan Al Naqbi, Ambassador of the UAE in Nepal, HE Dr. Ali Rashid Al Nuaimi, head of the World Muslim Communities Council, Dr. Mohammed Bechari, Secretary General of the Council, and Sima Khan, head of Muslim Women 's Welfare Association in Nepal.
Forty figures; women, business leaders and local officials from Nepal have participated in the training course in the field of sustainable development in support of Nepal's Vision in 2030.
The participated delegation in the conference visited the central mosque in the Nepalese capital city Kathmandu, which is the oldest mosque in Nepal, aged over 300 years old. It is the only school in the capital city to teach the Islamic curriculum.
The participated delegation in the conference visited the headquarters to learn about its activities and future plans in the framework of enhancing cooperation between the World Muslim Communities Council and Muslim Women’s Welfare Association in Nepal
The conference has witnessed the participation of 270 figuers, including ministers in Nepal's government and parliament, as well as UN human rights figures.
The World Muslim Communities Council is based in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates, and has 60 members. Its secretariat consists of 17 members representing Muslim communities in non-Muslim countries around the world.
The Council aims at increasing the role of Muslim societies and their members in the renaissance of their civil, cultural and economic states, as well as to correct the stereotypical image of Islam and Muslim societies.