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2018 Report

In 2018, Hidaya Foundation trained over 1000 students at Hidaya’s Sewing Centers, and 60 students at Hidaya’s Driving School.

2017 Report

In 2017, Hidaya Foundation trained nearly 1000 students at Hidaya’s Sewing Center, and over 1,800 students in Hidaya’s Driving School.

2016 Update

In 2016, Hidaya Foundation trained nearly 1000 students at Hidaya’s Sewing Center, and nearly 2,000 students in Hidaya’s Driving School.

2015 Report

In 2015, Hidaya Foundation trained over 500 students at Hidaya’s Sewing Center.

2014 Report

In 2014, Hidaya Foundation trained hundreds of students at Hidaya Sewing Center. This training is designed to help underprivileged individuals to learn skills such as cutting, stitching, embroidery and more. All the female students coming from economically weak backgrounds are given sewing machines at no cost so they may be able to continue what they learned and be economically stronger in the future.

2013 Report

In 2013 Hidaya Foundation completed training of 511 students at Hidaya Sewing Center. This training is designed to help underprivileged individuals to learn skills such as cutting, stitching, embroidery and more. All the female students coming from economically weak backgrounds were given sewing machines at no cost so they may be able to continue what they learned and be economically stronger in the future.

2011 Update

In 2011 Hidaya Foundation completed training of 210 students at Hidaya Sewing Center. This training is designed to help underprivileged individuals to learn skills such as cutting, stitching, embroidery…etc. All the female students coming from economically weak backgrounds were given sewing machines at no cost so they may be able to continue what they learned and be economically stronger in the future.

2010 Report

In 2010 Hidaya Foundation completed training of 41 students at Hidaya Sewing Center. First session began in January 2010 and ended in June 2010. Twenty-nine out of thirty students graduated the first session. Second session began in July and will end in December 2010. A total of 41 students are being trained during the second session of sewing classes. This training is designed to help underprivileged individuals to learn skills such as cutting, stitching, embroidery…etc. All the female students coming from economically weak backgrounds were given sewing machines at no cost so they may be able to continue what they learned and be economically stronger in the future.

2009 Report

In 2009 Hidaya Foundation trained 75 students at Hidaya Sewing Center. The first session began in January 2009 and ended in june 2009. The second session began in July and ended in December 2009. This training is designed to help underprivileged individuals to learn skills such as cutting, stitching, embroidery…etc. All the female students coming from economically weak backgrounds were given sewing machines at no cost so they may be able to continue what they learned and be economically stronger in the future.

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