Qatar Foundation for Social Work’s NAMA Centre has launched its ‘Moqbeleen’ project by organising its first visit to Qatar University (QU).

Through the ‘Moqbeleen’ project, the Centre seeks to interact with community events in various categories at public and private institutions, in order to introduce and raise awareness on the different activities, projects, and development services that the Centre provides to the community, as well as to inform about the various channels communities can utilise to take advantage of the services available at NAMA Centre.

Mariam bint Abdullatif Al Mannai – Director of the Community Services Department and the Director in charge of running NAMA’s affairs said she was pleased with the visit and grateful for the opportunity to meet with QU students and staff, and present the ‘Moqbeleen’ project.

The Centre seeks to introduce our youth to our objectives and what it has to offer in terms of projects and community services, to raise the profile and qualification of individuals so they can embark on their career and achieve economic independence and social stability.’

In response, QU Director of Student Services & Activities Abdullah Al Yafei said that the university always aims to partner and cooperate with social institutions like NAMA because such opportunities provide students with experiences that help develop their leadership skills.

In order to raise awareness about the importance of voluntary work in community service, NAMA Centre will organise periodic visits to private companies and public institutions in various business sectors, introducing the objectives and activities of the Centre, in addition to learning about community needs and attracting socially-active youngsters as candidates for the Centre’s programmes.

Visit their website for more information about the ‘Moqbeleen’ project.