Noon, a distance-teaching, training and empowering platform launched by Qatar Charity (QC) as a solution to limit the negative impact of Covid-19, managed to implement various training programmes and workshops in 2020, targeting men, women, children, persons with special needs and volunteers.
The platform has succeeded in achieving its intended goals, taking precautionary measures against the coronavirus, QC has said in a statement.
Many educational programmes and training workshops were held as part of the Noon platform. As many as 85 students of different age groups took part in the Holy Qur’an Learning programme, which received a good response from the participants. It was organised remotely in co-operation with qualified teachers, using modern technology and the Internet. The ‘Al-Qaida Al-Noorania’ course, in which 39 students took part, contributed to improving their level of reading and writing in Arabic.
Besides, the Noon platform offered remote training workshops for girls on handicrafts, aimed at developing the crafting skills of the participants during their leisure time. Some 33 female students participated in these workshops.
Qatar Charity launched Tamkeen, an integrated training programme offered remotely via its social media accounts, as part of the Noon platform, to enhance the economic, social and psychological skills of participants.
The programme included six different types of training workshops and 45 people, both male and female, took part in the workshops. The final projects included eight participations, of which four projects were qualified.
The Noon platform also trained youth to improve their electronic skills and capabilities so that they can take advantage of the Internet to market projects and discover opportunities. Some 100 male and female participants benefited from the electronic skill development course.
Many students and their parents expressed satisfaction with the training programmes and workshops implemented within the framework of the Noon platform, noting that these contributed to improving their level of reading and writing in Arabic, and enhancing their crafting skills.
QC, through community development centres, seeks to target different sections of society, maximise the number of beneficiaries and build community partnerships with new bodies that would provide outstanding services.
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