The Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics (MDPS) and the Social Development Centre-NAMA have signed a collaboration protocol to organise a campaign to raise the awareness of the youth about Qatar National Vision (QNV) 2030.
The campaign aims to make the youth aware of QNV's four pillars.
Assistant Undersecretary for Planning Affairs at the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics, Hamad Rashid al-Athba, and Acting Executive Director of NAMA Centre, Amal bint Abdullatif al-Mannai, stressed the need to involve the younger generation and strengthen their role in the sustainable development in all fields.
The parties said they looked forward to successful and fruitful results through this partnership.
MDPS is responsible for setting and developing the overall vision of the State in co-operation with the relevant authorities, preparing national development strategies and following up on their implementation in co-ordination with the authorities concerned.
Established in 1996, NAMA Centre aims to provide a stimulating environment that contributes to investing in the potential and creativity of youth, as well as to meet their needs and aspirations as partners in civil work, while exploring the best opportunities and innovating to lead the renaissance of their communities.
Since 2013, the centre has been working under the umbrella of Qatar Foundation for Social Work (QFSW). NAMA is a member of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, the Arab Network for NGOs, and the World Family Organisation.
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