Inma’a Initiative

Last updated: 
07/05/2017

       

 

 

 

Inma’a Initiative is a one of the main programs of the Ministry of Labour & Social Development which aims to empower needy families and improve their life conditions by focusing on sustainable economic and social development activities and programs to empower individuals, promote community and preserve the integrity of the natural environment.

 

 

 

Inma’a Initiative’s Development Means

Inma’a Initiative relies on creativity and innovation, as well as the development of local development projects, being a cornerstone to the creation of proper and required activity to advance the transformation of society towards positive social and economic development.

 

This way, the future will be built, capacity will be enhanced, and opportunities and appropriate alternatives will be provided to empower people with modest skills and the unemployed in the long term in general, and beneficiaries of social assistance provided by the Ministry of Labour & Social Development and who are subject to the provisions of the Social Security Act, in particular.

 

To that end, the Inma'a Initiative provides the necessary means to enable individuals to rely on themselves, explore human and material resources available in the community, take advantage of opportunities to create jobs, and improve the social and economic services to provide profitable and sustainable careers.

 

The Initiative works in cooperation and coordination with various relative parties and parties interested in creating career opportunities or provide support and training for the beneficiaries of the Initiative, while ensuring that the Ministry will continue to provide technical and financial support to bridge the gap between income and the minimum wage.

 

 

 

The Role of Inma’a Initiative’s Team and Various Partners:

 

The Ministry of  Labour & Social Development: The ministry prepares and presents the studies and research necessary to identify groups targeted by Inma’a Initiative. It also directs the various departments and affiliated Centres to coordinate efforts and provide all kinds of technical support required for the success of the Initiative, each according to its position.

 

Inma’a Initiative’s Team: The team prepares, coordinates and manages the various activities and programs of the Initiative and provides the necessary training, care and guidance for all beneficiaries.

 

Moreover, the team cooperates and coordinates with various concerned parties, implements the actual practices, exploits different experiences, strategies, methods and means to develop society, prepares necessary reports, carries out oversight works, and reviews what has been implemented.

 

The role of NGO’s and various stakeholders: These actors contribute to the capacity-building programs and activities offered by the Initiative for needy families and those dependent on social security, and provide them with various services, skills and training.

 

The role of the private sector:The private sector contributes, as a partner in the development process, to supporting the initiatives that aim to provide job opportunities, develop skills, find appropriate living alternatives for individuals and communities, and participate in the exchange of experience, knowledge and resources necessary to achieve the objectives of national development.

 

Inma’a Initiatives’ Main Strategic Areas and Interventions:

 

1- Social Intervention:

  • Community Integration Program
  • NGO’s and Local Community Capacity-building Program

 

2- Economic Intervention:

  • Work and Training Opportunities Program
  • Creation and Development of Small Enterprises Program
  • Connecting Private Sector and Community Program
  • Grants or Financial Support Program
  • Economic Burden Relief Program


3- Humanitarian Intervention:

Inma’a Initiative’s Expected Results:

  • Finding alternative models for business projects yielding development returns.
  • Establishing distinct developmental companies.
  • Recruiting and working in the field of eco-friendly industries.
  • Implementing social and economic development programs (making the career of social tourism a lucrative one, for example) which provide many job opportunities and training for the sake of development and for the benefit of community members.
  • Ensuring a reasonable level of the health and safety of needy families’ housing, and supporting their health, psychological, educational and environmental needs.

 

Support and Communication:

inmaabh@social.gov.bh         

Tel.: 17101825 - Fax: 17104883

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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