Measures are being taken to improve the skills of social workers
In response to pandemic and post-pandemic challenges, the State Committee for Family, Women and Children's Affairs continues to hold in-country webinars and other online events to educate the population on relevant skills and solutions to social problems.
The aim of the webinars on protection of children's rights, personal development, family relations and other topics, is to provide psychological, legal and social support to the population and educate them in this area.
Webinars were attended by experienced experts from the Committee's Department on Work with Regional Centers and 11 Child and Family Support Centers operating under the Committee, who answered the most At the same time, more than 3,000 people watched and commented on the live broadcasts of the Ismayilli Child and Family Support Center on "Social work with people at risk" and "Listen to us - from social assistance to employment" on Facebook page.
In addition, webinars focus on military patriotism, family values, healthy lifestyles, human rights, and etc.1,300 people took part in 44 online awareness-raising events.
In total, more than 4,000 people benefited from the webinars organized by the centers.