Productive families in Bahrain - a vision for the future




List of Productive Families Registered in the Ministry of Labour & Social Development



The definition of a family:, (family) is the primary cell of the society and its most important primary group. A family, made up of individuals tied with kinship and uterus, contributes to social activity in all its material, spiritual, ideological and economic aspects.


Families are divided into two parts:- 

1."Nuclear family": It consists of a husband, wife and children
2."Extended family": It consists of grandfather, grandmother, children and grandchildren.

Since the beginning, the strategy of the Ministry of Labour & Social Development aims to empower the Bahraini people by creating the appropriate conditions for each family that want to provide an additional source of income and training them to enter the invisible labour market, through the productive families’ project so they can raise their economic income, and prepare for competition. , This gradual act emphasizes the role of the Family and Childhood Development Department in training, development and follow-up of productive home projects that have turned into a step-by-step program for home projects.

There are many factors assisting the establishment of a social ground for development for the sake of development in Bahrain, it is a national strategy as a main component. . To that end, we must work to achieve a number of objectives to serve productive families in the Kingdom and enable them to live as productive players in the community in light of the contemporary challenges in our ever-changing world.

  1. Making Bahrain a privileged centre for productive families and traditional and sophisticated industries.
  2. Develop community by supporting work and production, and transforming from assistance to active participation in the national economy.
  3. Increase the number of productive families, spread the concept of self-employment, and develop the spirit of entrepreneurship.
  4. Increase the base of NGOs that provide services to productive families and handicrafts.
  5. Maximize the concept of development in partnership with the private sector, and shift from donation to sponsorship.
  6. Support and develop traditional industries and protect them from extinction.
  7. Increase the effectiveness of services through coordination between the Ministry and institutions dealing with productive families.
  8. Develop the infrastructure and provide a legal cover for productive families’ projects.
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