“Qatar Foundation (QF) has always drawn inspiration from the Qatari community and its ability to adapt, resist and deal with crises, and even turn challenges into opportunities," Khalifa Essa al-Kubaisi, manager of Media Relations and Press Office, said on Thursday.
"This is a key part of QF’s mission to unlock human potential, which is crystallised in times of challenges, as people take crises as an incentive for creativity, innovation and the pursuit of sustainability and moving forward in achieving the accomplishments that they aspire to achieve,” he explained.
“Since the beginning of the unjust blockade, we have proven at Qatar Foundation our readiness and ability to deal with challenges at various levels, through our prior preparations and our immediate and efficient response to ensure that education for our students of different nationalities continues at the same quality.
"Also, to continue to work on research, development and innovation that is beneficial to Qatar and the region. We have also moved forward in launching more community initiatives and projects aimed at building societies.”
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