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More than 3,000 government employees benefit from MoTC's QDGTP

More than 3,000 government employees benefit from MoTC's QDGTP

The Qatar Digital Government Programme (QDGTP) by the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MoTC) has benefited more than 3,000 government employees through information technology training.

Local firms to benefit from QR105bn North Field LNG Expansion Project: Al-Kaabi

Local firms to benefit from QR105bn North Field LNG Expansion Project: Al-Kaabi

Companies in Qatar will definitely benefit from the $28.7bn (QR105bn) North Field LNG Expansion Project, HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi said on Monday.

Petroleum services companies' expansion to benefit oil and gas sector

Petroleum services companies' expansion to benefit oil and gas sector

With the complexity of the oil, gas and petrochemical production process, the gas-to-liquids industry, and the numerous transformational industries, companies in this sector vary ...

Qatar set to benefit from expected global economic recovery, post-pandemic in 2021: Al-Shaibei

Qatar set to benefit from expected global economic recovery, post-pandemic in 2021: Al-Shaibei

Qatar is set to benefit from the expected global economic recovery, post-pandemic in 2021, which will drive demand for energy commodities, says Dr Abdulbasit Ahmed al-Shaibei, chief executive officer of leading Islamic bank QIIB.

MoPH launches seasonal flu vaccine campaign

MoPH launches seasonal flu vaccine campaign

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) announced Monday that free seasonal flu vaccines will be available at Primary Health Care Corporation clinics, HMC outpatient clinics and designated private and semi-private clinics and hospitals across Qatar.

QRCS health education activities benefit 6,059 people

QRCS health education activities benefit 6,059 people

The Training and Development Centre of Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has held activities to educate the public on good health behaviours and ways to prevent Covid-19 infection.

Over 12,000 Gazans benefit from Qatari employment programme

Over 12,000 Gazans benefit from Qatari employment programme

A total of 12,125 people have benefited from the 'Cash for Work' programme for the employment of graduates and workers in the Gaza Strip, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has said.

Over 500,000 benefit from SC's Generation Amazing plan

Over 500,000 benefit from SC's Generation Amazing plan

More than 500,000 people in the Middle East and Asia have so far benefitted from ‘Generation Amazing (GA) – the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy’s (SC) football ...

More than 53,000 benefit from QRCS' health education activities

More than 53,000 benefit from QRCS' health education activities

Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has concluded its World First Aid Day 2019 celebrations by holding, over a week, a series of health education activities for the benefit of more than 53,000 people.

Patients continue to benefit from Al Wakra Hospital’s Medication Therapy Management Clinic

Patients continue to benefit from Al Wakra Hospital’s Medication Therapy Management Clinic

Patients who have health conditions that require taking multiple medications continue to benefit from medication-related education and consultations ...

Aviation set to benefit from global research to make air travel 'cleanest, less-polluting', says al-Baker

Aviation set to benefit from global research to make air travel 'cleanest, less-polluting', says al-Baker

The global aviation industry may benefit from research by engine manufacturers that aims to make air travel one of the “cleanest and less-polluting” mode of transportation, says Qatar Airways group chief executive HE Akbar al-Baker.

Qatar to benefit from budget based on realistic oil prices: IMF

Qatar to benefit from budget based on realistic oil prices: IMF

Qatar could consider adopting a fiscal rule and also base its budget on realistic oil price assumptions than taking a conservative approach, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).