KARACHI - A total of 30 per cent women from different political parties including PPP, MQM, PML-Q ANP and some others, 30 per cent representatives of different NGOs, 30 per cent social workers and 10 per cent from the business community and minorities will get one-day training of Gender Based Governance System (GBGS). The training is likely to be initiated by mid of April in various districts of the province, The Nation learnt on Tuesday. The GBGS is a project of United Nations Development Project (UNDP) organised by federal government through provincial government, to enhance the leadership qualities and confidence building among the women gender, informed sources said. The sources said that the GBGS would be a one-day workshop organised in various districts of the province and those political parties having representation in the provincial assembly would be eligible to nominate their women workers to attend the workshop. According to weight of their representation in the Sindh Assembly, such as PPP having 93 seats in the Sindh assembly, they would be entitled 55.36 per cent participation in the GBGS workshop, MQM having 51, they would be entitled 30.36 per cent, PML-Q have 11 members in the assembly and they would be entitled the participation of 6.55 per cent in the workshop. Sindh government would also provide daily allowance to the participants and a certificate would also be awarded to them. According to informed sources, 3,000 women would participate in these workshops to get training across the province and Sindh government has already trained 16 trainers in this regard, who would organise the workshops in various parts of the province from April mid. The sources mentioned that the task would be completed before holding of the next local bodies election in 2009. In wake of the women training programme, a 'One-Day Orientation Workshop for Trainers on Women Training Module was organised by City Institute of Image Management (CIM) at old KMC building of CDGK, few days ago. The programme is planned and designed to enhance the women leaders to tackle the gender issues, women rights and empowerment, captivating their skill to work in local governance and government system, improved advocacy skills of women leaders to articulate and present issues in councils. They further said that the trainers were belonged from the Sindh Civil Service and Local Government Academy, Tandujam, Centre for Rural Development Communication, (CRDC) University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Sukkur Institute of Business and Administration (IBA) , Sukkur and Shaheed Zulfikhar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST), Larkana.