The number of female breadwinners has increased in recent times, especially in developing countries, due to economic changes and social pressures, as many researchers have turned their attention to studying the problems that burden the group, as these single-faced women face many problems that lead to their inability to satisfy their family needs. So it was necessary for the home economics to have a role in solving this problem by participating in the development of their manual skills as an entry point for economic empowerment through small finite projects as the research tended to prepare a training program for this category in the design and implementation of curtains Plague through which to integrate into the labor market Where the study aimed to integrate the breadwinner women in the labor market through micro-projects and to train the breadwinner women in practical skills (design and implementation of curtains) to suit the labor market and achieve compatibility between the requirements of the breadwinner women and the labor market and the importance of the study lies in strengthening the economic, psychological and social aspect of the women's class Maintaining because it represents a productive and development force in society and the development of skills. As an introduction to micro projects to integrate them in the labor market, besides the content of the training program may provide a suggested solution to the problems of the breadwinner women. The most important results were that the training program achieved efficacy in developing the knowledge side (acquired knowledge) and the skill side (acquired skills) among the trainees of the female family category and the products implemented from the curtains were accepted in light of the averages of the specialist's evaluation of the evaluation axes.
Ragab, Radwa Mostapha
"A training program for developing curtain design and implementation skills for the empowerment of economically dependent women to integrate them into labor market,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 10:
3, Article 62.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol10/iss3/62