BCFHD launches a training course for workers in the Central Reformatory in Taizz governorate

As part of the protection program, BCFHD lunched, on Sunday, a training course for a week targeting 20 workers of the Central Reformatory in Taizz Governorate to provide psychological support to juveniles and women.

The inauguration was attended by Assistant of General-Director of Taiz Governorate Police, Colonel Samir Al-Ashbut, Director of Moral Guidance and Public Relations, Colonel Ahmed Al-Ahdal, Director of the Central Reformatory, Lieutenant Essam Al-Kamel, Dr. Abdul Karim Shamsan, President of BCFHD, and Major Omar Saif Taleb, Director of Financial and Administrative Affairs of the Central Reformatory.

In the inauguration, Col. Samir Al-Ashbat spoke about the importance of these courses, which enhance the role of employees to do their duties properly and contribute to raising the level of performance, and urged trainers and trainees to interact positively with the content of the course and apply what they had learnt in reality of their working life.

Colonel Samir Al-Ashbat also praised the efforts made by Bena’a Charity to improve the work level of the Central Reformatory staff, stressing the importance of the community partnership and the security establishment in unifying efforts, providing services, exchanging, and benefiting from expertise.

For his part, Lt. Col. Issam Alkamel urged the trainees to take advantage of the course and to take full knowledge of the prison law so that they can deal with the prisoners in the right way through the rehabilitation of prisoners and raise religious and national grounds.

In his speech, Dr. Abdul Karim Shamsan said that the Charity pays great attention to the psychological rehabilitation program, which helps prisoners for a normal life in the community. As these courses aim to provide trainees with the latest means to help both prisoners and central reformatories to overcome obstacles and walk towards a new dignified life after getting out of prison.

Dr. Shamsan also pointed out that the prisoner is a human being who has sinned against the community and has been imprisoned for reform and not for torture. He explained that the prisoner must be treated well and not being insulted and the community should strive to provide all services that would contribute to the integration of the prisoner in society, stressing the importance of applying the laws and regulations of the facility.