29 March 2013

Morocco: HH Princess Lalla Zineb Presides Over Closing of Training Session for Women Teachers Taking Care of Disabled Children

Rabat — HH Princess Lalla Zineb, President of the Moroccan League for the Protection of the Child, presided, Friday at the headquarters of the League's central office in Rabat, the closing ceremony of a pilot training session for women teachers specialized in care for children with special needs.

HH Princess Lalla Zineb toured workshops of handicrafts of children with special needs, supervised by women educators benefitting from the training, which took place from February 4 to March 29, 2013.

The Princess thereafter handed diplomas to 15 beneficiaries who work in day-care centers within six provincial offices of the League, in Rabat, Fez, Tetuan Tiznit, Marrakech and Laayoune.

The training aims to strengthen professional skills of women teachers specialized in care for children with special needs, said Nezha Boukili, manager of "A community, a day-care center" project.

Launched in 2005 under the chairmanship of the late HRH Princess Lalla Amina, the project aims at generalizing took place from February 4 to March 29, 2013.early childhood institutions to the provinces and prefectures of the kingdom.

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