The Turkish government has launched a project to involve more women in the country's workforce.
The project named, "Mother at Work" will see the Ministry of Labor, Social Services and Family offer vocational training to housewives, a TL 70 ($11) daily allowance, and another TL 400 support for nursery care of their children during the training period.
Labor, Social Services and Family Minister Zehra Zümrüt Selçuk said that they would guide women looking to find a job and learn a skill through the state-run Employment Agency. It will offer vocational and on-the-job training programs.
The project also covers training programs and guidance for women running or planning to establish cooperatives for business purposes.
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