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Participants grateful for capacity building programme

Lyna Mohamad

Participants of the ‘Bangkit Bersama’ Programme expressed gratitude and appreciation to the organiser, sponsor and consultant facilitating the seminar.

Organised by Itqan Group under the 32nd Executive Development Programme for Middle Management Officer (EDPMMO 32), the seminar was sponsored by Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) and facilitated by Qalam Academy.

As part of its social awareness programme, Itqan Group offered members from the Single Mothers Movement Association (PGIT) to participate in an administrative and leadership seminar aimed at empowering institutions to become highly competitive, sustainable and accountable to members.

PGIT President Norliha binti Haji Awang Besar said the programme has made a huge impact on the members, particularly in instilling strong values and guide for the institutions’ direction in the future with the establishment of eight resolutions.

“These resolutions will be our guidelines in achieving our short-and long-term goals, with the hopes that it will be able to strengthen PGIT as a community that is strong, supportive and always moving ahead.”

FROM LEFT: PGIT President Norliha binti Haji Awang Besar; Rohana binti Mahmud; and Norsharita binti Rosman. PHOTOS: MUIZ MATDANI

It is also hoped that more organisations will be able to join hands in upgrading the skills capacity of single mothers in various fields, thus creating a religious community that is capable of contributing the socio-economy of the country.

A participant, Rohana binti Mahmud, thanked the Itqan group for conducting the ‘Bangkit Bersama’ Programme that has benefitted the participants, particularly in changing of mindset and attitude.

The programme also provided participants with various skills and capabilities, while becoming more confident in turning their institutions into self-empowering and supportive communities.

Another participant, Norsharita binti Rosman, expressed her gratitude for the knowledge and skills acquired during the programme including communication, leadership and administration, which are particularly valuable to young single mothers.


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