Nama Center has launched the Moqbeleen project, which aims at youth development, by organising its first visit to Qatar University (QU).
The objective is to interact with community events in various categories at public and private institutions, in order to introduce and raise awareness about the different activities, projects and development services it provides.
It also seeks to inform community members about the various channels they can utilise to take advantage of the services available at Nama Center, while highlighting the requirements of social development and working on designing development programmes that harmonise with the objectives of the centre, the statement explains.
Mariam bint Abdullatif al-Mannai, director of the Community Services Department and director in charge of running Nama’s affairs, said: “Through the project, the centre seeks to introduce our youth to the objectives of Nama Center and what it has to offer in terms of projects and a variety of community services that aim to raise the profile and qualification of the individual, as well as supporting them technically, financially and logistically so that they can embark on their career and achieve economic independence and social stability.”
Abdullah al-Yafei, director of student services and activities at QU, noted that the institution always aims to partner and co-operate with social institutions like Nama.
“Also, we pay attention to all opportunities that support youth and particularly QU students. In addition, we aim to link our students to the community and social institutions so that they can gain and exchange experience, skills and opportunities.”
In order to raise awareness about the importance of voluntary work in community service, Nama Center will organise periodic visits to private companies and public institutions.
Nama is one of the Qatar Foundation for Social Work centres.
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