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INJAZ Qatar a non-profit organisation and member of Junior Achievement (JA) Worldwide celebrated on Tuesday a special ceremony to mark the organisation’s 10 years in Qatar and extended its gratitude to the Qatari community for its generous support over the past decade.

Under the Patronage of the Prime Minister of Qatar, HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, the ceremony was attended by key dignitaries, donors, partners volunteers, school principles and supporters who over the past decade have been continuously supporting INJAZ Qatar. Held at Marsa Malaz Kempinski The Pearl Doha, the ceremony outlined the future plans of the organisation to address needs and challenges in how they all can continue to empower the Youth of Qatar to own their economic success.

Over the last two weeks, INJAZ Qatar rolled out its 10-year anniversary campaign around Qatar with the support of local organisations including Exxonmobil, Qatar Rail, Nasser bin Khaled Holding, Qatar Development Bank, Citi, Elan, Hill+Knowlton Strategies and Frame.

Since its inception in 2007, INJAZ Qatar has reached over 32,000 students across 60 schools and seven universities, thanks to 85 corporate partners and over 1,500 corporate volunteers. INJAZ Qatar offers programmes in preparatory schools, high schools, universities and youth centres across Qatar. With the help of its active corporate volunteer community, INJAZ is able to reach students from Grade 2 to university level. The corporate volunteers serve as inspiring role models for the youth, sharing their real-life.

The ceremony began with a video produced by INJAZ Qatar thanks to the support of The Visual Communications Institute (Vicomms). The video message showcased some key partners and board members, volunteers and participants of INJAZ Qatar and the story of an INJAZ Alumni.

The video can be viewed on INJAZ Qatar’s YouTube page: INJAZ Qatar

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