Quality Time Less in Families

Quality Time Less in FamiliesQuality Time Less in Families

Iranian families spend roughly only 17 minutes talking to each other on a daily average, said Vice President for Women and Family Affairs on Tuesday.

“This is due to the increased use of cyberspace and social networks by almost every individual in the society,” said Shahindokht Molaverdi at the Children and Family Festival.

Every year, the festival celebrates successful women and children under the coverage of the State Welfare Organization, Khabaronline reported.

Noting that the institution of family and creating solid and sustainable foundations for it need more attention and supportive policies in the country, she said the vice presidency has prioritized family and social issues in the next five-year economic development plan (2016-2021).