The association said, in a press statement, that the concepts presented in the program are taken from Harvard University curricula, which have been simplified, so that they are presented in an interactive and enjoyable way, and the program aims to build confidence in young women so that they can assume leadership positions.
She explained that this civil initiative is headed by Nabila Abu Hantash in Kuwait, a graduate of Harvard University – Kennedy School of Governmental Studies and has 30 years of experience in the corporate world.
She added: Since its establishment in 2017, the initiative has taken root in 21 countries, and Kuwait is the first Arabic-speaking Middle Eastern country to host it.
The program was adopted by the association to meet the objectives of the association with the objectives of the program, as the association has been working since its inception to promote and empower women.
The course is held every Saturday for a period of 6 weeks for a small reduced fee.
The launch took place on January 16, 2021, and it resonated well with all the participants in it, and accordingly the second session will be on March 13, 2021, noting that those who wish to apply for the program should contact the Women’s Social Cultural Association or the “Girls for Girls” program through their Instagram account.