Social Development Centre (Nama), an affiliate of Ministry of Social Development and Family, will launch Tuesday a programme to develop food projects, in co-operation with Cooking Academy.
The programme is part of Nama's ongoing efforts to enhance the capabilities of home projects and new startups and entrepreneurship. The month-long programme includes field and craft training as part of field visits to food factories, many workshops in marketing, packaging, food preservation, and manufacturing methods and specialised workshops on chocolate making.
Nama's Entrepreneurship Manager Mohamed al-Abdulghani said the integrated development programme for productive micro-enterprises, whether home-based or new existing companies, seeks to develop all productive sectors that would contribute to economic diversification and self-sufficiency in Qatar.
He stressed the importance of supporting these projects and encouraging entrepreneurship in line with Qatar National Vision 2030, noting that one of the vision's goals is linked to improving the economic and social empowerment of the Qatari family.