Empowerment of women and girls through insurance

Social insurance for villagers and nomads in line with the implementation of Article 29 of the Constitution and the Sixth Development Law and paragraph "d" of Article 3 of the Comprehensive Welfare and Social Security System Structure Law as one of the ways to provide relative welfare to individuals in a targeted manner and justice Is social. In this regard, women and girls need rural and nomadic people who do not have the necessary financial capacity and knowledge to benefit from insurance and its benefits. Therefore, in order to implement social justice, prevent the increasing number of pensioners in the support sector, preserve human dignity and create relative welfare and comfort, for all people, even in the most remote villages of the country, the welfare organization plans social insurance for rural and nomadic women. Empowerment of family and women with the cooperation of the Social Insurance Fund for Villagers and Nomads has been implemented since 2007.

General purpose and specific objectives:

· Women covered by social welfare benefit from social insurance

·  Preserving human dignity and strengthening the foundation of families

· Preventing the tendency and increasing number of pensioners in support organizations

Empowerment of urban women through social security insurance

 Due to the special conditions of women heads of households and the existence of issues and problems such as financial inability and lack of awareness of insurance benefits, the welfare organization is a major obstacle to encouraging needy families and women heads of households to social insurance and to support and Assistance to the target community and implementation of paragraph b of Article 7 of the Law on Targeting Subsidies and the Law of the Sixth Development Plan of the Empowerment Plan through the payment of social insurance premiums for women heads of households by the Office of Family and Women Empowerment in cooperation with the Targeted Subsidies Organization Is General purpose and specific objectives:

 Implementing social justice prevent the increasing number of pensioners in the support sector Preserving human dignity and creating relative prosperity and comfort for all people Target society:

 Self-employed women and heads of urban households Execution process:

1- Submitting a written request

2- Introduction if there is a quota

3- Completing all documents and performing tests

4- Receiving the contract 5- Paying the insurance premium.

Children and Adolescents Affairs

History and necessity of implementation:

Since the main policy of the Office of Children and Adolescents is to strengthen the child care program within the family, to strengthen and expand the plan in various ways such as economic, social and cultural support for families who are eligible for the entry of children The family is one of the criteria for evaluating the performance of the Office of Children and Adolescents' programs. Providing children with the opportunity to enter the family space has a special priority and in this regard, helping families to take care of children in the family.

General purpose:

Prevent children from entering children and adolescents' homes and prevent further injuries and problems.

Specific objectives:

1- Reducing the time of children in the centers

2- Transferring children to the family in order to strengthen and reunite the family

3- Preventing injuries and problems of keeping and caring for children in the family Execution process:   

1- Using the opinions of economics professors and experienced experts Provincial and headquarters

2- Determining the total cost of child care in the family

3- Monitoring, controlling and monitoring and analyzing data in the statistical database of the office.

Target community: Unaccompanied children who are cared for in various ways under the supervision of the Welfare Organization within alternative families (biological, relatives).

Title / Activity: Development of childcare program in the family through non-governmental centers

Currently, about 10,111 homeless children are under the care of the organization in the form of a family care program, which due to the dispersion of accommodation and the small number of assistants, their life is not monitored at a proper level. Will face a major challenge in this regard. Therefore, considering the importance of support services, how to provide and monitor it in supporting these children, the need for more attention was felt. Therefore, due to the existing limitations in the field of employing skilled labor in the public sector in proportion to the number and needs of children and their families, as well as the lack of facilities and support in the public sector, the need to entrust some of these activities to successful clinics and non-governmental centers. They are working in the provinces and this plan was implemented from 2005.

Social support for discharged children

Since social protection and empowerment of children who are discharged from the homes of children and adolescents is one of the important priorities of this office and not paying attention to it can cause various harms, so the government is obliged as their legal guardian to play a supporting role in Play peers for children. In the continuation of social life, such children sometimes face many obstacles and many economic, social and cultural problems, and when faced with many of these issues, they consider the government (welfare) as their family, in resolving crises and problems that arise. They are struggling to ask the government for help. Existing studies show that many children who are discharged in times of crises such as divorce and separation, loss of working capital and jobs, lack of adequate and permanent housing and shelter due to high costs and ...... at risk of serious harm In such cases, support systems will not be able to provide the required services due to the lack of specific credit sources.

 Child Adoption (permanent custody)

Boarding centers, despite trying to provide the required services, cannot spend a lot of time and money, are a good alternative to perform all the duties and roles of the family. Accordingly; Psychological knowledge has emphasized the presence of children in the family center and has rejected the presence of children in nurseries and day care centers as much as possible. In addition to the significant psycho-social benefits for the development of children, the care of unaccompanied children in alternative families is also effective in reducing the psychological disorders of a couple deprived of the blessings of a child and can strengthen the foundation of the family.

Forming support groups for discharged children (supporting children for employment)

In order to provide the grounds for the participation of the covered children in solving their problems in the post-discharge period and starting an independent life in entering the society and gaining socio-economic independence; Since 1336, this office has formed and launched the project "Creating and launching support groups for discharged children" with 36 groups in 16 provinces of the country. According to the plan, those children who have reached the age of discharge and have the necessary abilities to start independent life In groups of five to seven, based on interests and having the necessary experience or proficiency in a particular technical, professional, or artistic field; They are engaged in employment and income generation. In this activity, due to the welcome of children, credits may be allocated in the form of self-employment and without partner groups.

Counseling and psychological services in the adoption process

Since providing favorable conditions for the care and upbringing of children with the applicant / applicants requires the selection of the right and qualified families, and one of the necessary conditions for the adoption of a child is mental health, so providing counseling services Psychology is essential in the process of child adoption, and the continuation of communication between the psychologist and the counselor throughout the developmental stages of the child to strengthen the parenting skills of parents is inevitable.

Economic-cultural empowerment of children under supervision

In the child care program, in order to cultivate different dimensions of children's personality in the home and family, different trainings are provided. These trainings are tailored to their individual characteristics, needs and abilities and in order to create and promote individual and social capabilities in various dimensions. And the need of the society to learn the ways of earning a living by relying on its efforts and perseverance and in the shadow of inner peace influenced by moral and religious teachings.

Child and Family Welfare Center

Planning and policy-making to support and ensure the well-being of children and families is an inevitable necessity in a situation where the country is on the path of development and pursues a policy of increasing population, because today's busy parents have great aspirations for their children. In addition to the concern for the growth, development and care of the child, they pay great attention to the welfare and comfort of the family, and in situations where it is not possible to provide full-time child care for the family and traditional care systems are absent or diminished, encouraging families Ensuring childbearing and ensuring adequate generational education, commensurate with the goals of the 21-year vision document and the country's development programs, requires the provision of structures to provide welfare services and respond appropriately to the needs of the family and society. Fortunately, this need has been addressed for the under-six age group in the form of kindergarten services. However, primary school children from working families or families who need support to play their parental roles due to many problems are still waiting for an appropriate response. Therefore, the Welfare Organization, while organizing all services provided to children aged six months to 12 years, in the form of the general title of Cook and Family Welfare Center on the issues of managing care services for school-age children during the absence of parents at home and providing promotional services in The format of holding special training courses for parents, holding cultural and recreational camps, holding parenting skills training courses, etc. is important for all children.

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