Qatar Foundation for Social Work (QSFW) and its affiliate centres recently organised its 2017 annual forum at the Qatar National Convention Centre. As part of the event, QFSW launched the ‘Social work culture’ project, which is considered one of the Foundation’s fundamental objectives in the field of personal and professional development of all of its employees as leaders of social work.

The event was held in the presence of QFSW’s CEO Amaal bint Abdullatif Al Mannai, members of the Board of Directors, the Executive Directors of the Foundation’s affiliate centres, Heads of Departments and Sections, in addition to all QFSW staff, members of the media, and other dignitaries.

The ‘Social work culture’ project aims to encourage the staff of the Foundation and its affiliate centres to learn about the basic principles of social work, which are essential to boost their ability to address challenges in achieving the objectives of the humanitarian social message in the long term. This, in addition to exploring pivotal values and common principles among the Foundation centres, as well as to take the professional and ethical oath of social work.

Qatar Foundation for Social Work CEO Amaal bint Abdullatif Al Mannai said:

This year, the annual forum comes in the context of celebrating the ‘Social work culture’ project and the huge number of achievements we have marked over the past years, thanks to the commitment of our staff, their dedication to work, and their outstanding performance, which carries with it a testament to what QFSW and its affiliate centres provide in terms of an ideal environment for innovation, creativity, teamwork. Going forward, we will spare no effort to continue nurturing and growing this environment.’

During the event, QFSW employees discuss the progress they achieved on both personal and professional levels, in addition to exchanging fruitful ideas for further growth. The forum also saw a range of activities and fun games. Distinguished employees of the Foundation were also honoured.

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