Organized by AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly, the International Virtual Course for Shiite Women on “Islamic Education of Children” will be held in Urdu.
In line with the plan to hold training courses for Shiite women in different countries, and the need to raise the issue of family and Islamic lifestyle in Shiite communities, and relying on the educational teachings of children in the life of Imams (a.s.) in forming a healthy society and strong family, and the education of a resilient and committed generation, the preparations for holding the first virtual course of “Islamic education of children” were provided by the General Directorate of Social Affairs of the Deputy for International Affairs of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly.
The course has been designed and planned by taking advantage of the holy month of Ramadan in these chapters: Components of child upbringing based on the teachings of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) school, rationality, tolerance, self-confidence, curiosity, hard work, collective work and cooperation, hope for the future, giving in to work, the habit of reading, innovative and kind. The course will be held in 12 one-hour sessions by Dr. Masoumeh Jafari, Ph.D. in Women Studies from the University of Religions and Denominations.
Currently, more than 400 Urdu speakers in the US, Canada, the UK, Italy, Netherlands, Australia, Malaysia, Iraq, China, India, Pakistan, Tanzania, Kenya, the UAE, and the Congo are actively participating in this course.