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Sector(s): Health
Author: Hayfa Hamed
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 Qatar Charity (QC)has resumed the operation of a significant health center in Ibb, a governorate of Yemen, after its eight-year interruption caused by the exceptional conditions of the country. furniture, equipment, medical supplies, and necessary medicines were provided for the recommencement of the health center’s operation, in addition to paying the monthly salaries of the center’s staff.The health center is the lifeline for many districts, due to its strategic location linking the two governorates of Yemen, Hodeidah, and Ibb. It provides health services to tens of thousands of Yemenis in the countryside.The director of the Health Office of the Rural Districts in Ibb, Dr. Najeeb Abdul Rahman Darmoush, thanked the philanthropists of Qatar and Qatar Charity for recommencing the operation of the health center, indicating that the center provides health services to nearly 25,000 people from neighboring villages and districts.He noted the region's need for health services, as the surrounding community suffers from extreme poverty, and is unable to afford treatment in the city. He expressed his great happiness for the restartof the health center.For his part, Dr. Abdul Rahman Abu Ras, director of the health center, said Qatar Charity took the lead in providing furniture, equipment, medical supplies, and necessary medicines, in addition to paying the monthly incentive for the medical staff of the center. He added that the medicines and devices that were provided are essential to the operation of the center. Besides, Qatar Charity’s Yemen office, through its ‘Children and Family Care’ program, continues to support 13,500 sponsored persons, including orphans, students, teachers, persons with special needs, and the poorest families. The sponsorship program contributes to alleviating the suffering of the sponsored by meeting their basic needs, paying tuition fees, and providing school supplies.Basma, an 8-year-old orphan, expressed great happiness with Qatar Charity’s sponsorship, which greatly contributed to her return to school after a three-year hiatus.The mother of Asmaa, a sponsored girl, said the sponsorship helps her meet her family’s basic needs and send her children to school.   

Sector(s): Health
Author: Hayfa Hamed
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 Qatar Charity (QC) a repris l'exploitation d'un important centre de santé à Ibb, un gouvernorat du Yémen, après son interruption de huit ans causés par les conditions exceptionnelles du pays.Le mobilier, l'équipement, les fournitures médicales et les médicaments nécessaires ont été fournis pour la reprise des activités du centre de santé, en plus du paiement des salaires mensuels du personnel du centre.Le centre de santé est la bouée de sauvetage de nombreux districts, en raison de son emplacement stratégique reliant les deux gouvernorats du Yémen, Hodeidah et Ibb. Il fournit des services de santé à des dizaines de milliers de Yéménites dans les campagnes.Le directeur du Bureau de la santé des districts ruraux d'Ibb, Dr Najeeb Abdul Rahman Darmoush, a remercié les philanthropes du Qatar et Qatar Charity pour la reprise de l'exploitation du centre de santé, indiquant que le centre fournit des services de santé à près de 25 000 personnes.Il a noté le besoin de services de santé de la région, car la communauté souffre d'une extrême pauvreté et n'a pas les moyens de se faire soigner dans la ville. Il a exprimé son grand bonheur pour le redémarrage du centre de santé.Dr Abdul Rahman Abu Ras, directeur du centre de santé, a déclaré que Qatar Charity avait pris l'initiative de fournir le mobilier, l'équipement, les fournitures médicales et les médicaments nécessaires, en plus de payer la prime mensuelle pour le personnel médical du centre.  Il a ajouté que les médicaments et appareils qui ont été fournis sont essentiels au fonctionnement du centre.En outre, le bureau yéménite de Qatar Charity, à travers son programme « Soins aux enfants et à la famille   », continue de soutenir 13 500 personnes parrainées, dont des orphelins, des étudiants, des enseignants, des personnes ayant des besoins spéciaux et les familles les plus pauvres.Le programme de parrainage contribue à soulager les souffrances des parrainés en subvenant à leurs besoins de base, en payant les frais de scolarité et en fournissant des fournitures scolaires.Basma, une orpheline de 8 ans, a exprimé sa grande joie du parrainage de Qatar Charity, qui a grandement contribué à son retour à l'école après une interruption de trois ans. La mère d'Asmaa, une fille parrainée, a déclaré que le parrainage l'aidait à subvenir aux besoins fondamentaux de sa famille et à envoyer ses enfants à l'école.

Sector(s): Protection
Author: Hayfa Hamed
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 Qatar Charity received a letter of thanks and appreciation from the Government of Bangladesh in appreciation for its humanitarian operations on Basan Char Island to support and assist Rohingya refugees.Qatar Charity was classified by the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief in the Government of the Republic of Bangladesh as one of the largest organizations in response to the relief of Rohingya refugees and considered that Qatar Charity's intervention helped it to carry out its relief operations smoothly.Total beneficiariesSince 2021, Qatar Charity has been providing the necessary relief on the island of Bhasan Char, whether it is food aid or other items, as the number of beneficiaries reached about 123,000 Rohingya refugees.Support and assistanceThe Rohingya refugees on the island expressed their happiness with the relief aid that Qatar Charity provides regularly to them.One of the refugee women, Sakina, said: "There are many difficulties and problems on Bhasan Char Island, but we do not complain about a food crisis. We get food and other necessities from Qatar Charity, so we thank them and the philanthropists in the State of Qatar."For his part, 55-year-old Lal Muhammad said: "I came to this remote island about two years ago, and since our arrival, we have been receiving aid from Qatar Charity, which has always supported and helped us manage our family needs."In a related context, the owner of Banco stated: "Qatar Charity provides us with aid regularly, so thank you to the philanthropists in Qatar and Qatar Charity. We always pray to God to reward them on our behalf for their assistance."new aidQatar Charity continues its humanitarian assistance to the island, as it provided gas cylinders this month, benefiting 23,000 refugees, and the necessary food aid was provided to them.It is worth noting that Bangladesh hosts more than 1.1 million Rohingya in the camps of Cox's Bazar and Basan Char Island. Part of the Rohingya refugees has benefited from digging and equipping more than 200 deep wells in the coastal areas to provide safe drinking water. Providing drinking water.

Sector(s): Protection
Author: Hayfa Hamed
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 Qatar Charity a reçu une lettre de remerciement et d'appréciation du gouvernement du Bangladesh en reconnaissance de ses opérations humanitaires sur l'île de Basan Char pour soutenir et aider les réfugiés rohingyas.Qatar Charity a reçu une lettre de remerciement et d'appréciation du gouvernement du Bangladesh en reconnaissance de ses opérations humanitaires sur l'île de Basan Char pour soutenir et aider les réfugiés rohingyas.Bénéficiaires totauxDepuis 2021, Qatar Charity apporte les secours nécessaires sur l'île de Bhasan Char, qu'il s'agisse d'aide alimentaire ou d'autres articles, le nombre de bénéficiaires atteignant environ 123 000 réfugiés rohingyas.  Accompagnement et assistanceLes réfugiés rohingyas de l'île ont exprimé leur joie de l'aide humanitaire que Qatar Charity leur fournit régulièrement.L'une des femmes réfugiées, Sakina, a déclaré : « Il y a beaucoup de difficultés et des problèmes sur l'île de Bhasan Char, mais nous ne nous plaignons pas d'une crise alimentaire à cause de l’aide du Qatar charity ».De son côté, Lal Muhammad, 55 ans, a déclaré : « Je suis arrivé sur cette île isolée il y a environ deux ans, et depuis notre arrivée, nous recevons l'aide de Qatar Charity, qui nous a toujours soutenus et aidés à gérer nos besoins."le propriétaire de Banco a déclaré: "Qatar Charity nous aide régulièrement, alors merci aux philanthropes du Qatar et à Qatar Charity. Nous prions toujours Dieu de les récompenser en notre nom pour leur aide."Nouvelle aideQatar Charity poursuit son aide humanitaire à l'île, puisqu'elle a fourni ce mois-ci des bouteilles de gaz, au profit de 23 000 réfugiés, et que l'aide alimentaire nécessaire a été fournie.Il convient de noter que Bangladesh accueille plus de 1,1 million de Rohingyas dans les camps de Cox's Bazar et de Basan Char Island. Une partie des réfugiés rohingyas a bénéficié du creusement et de l'équipement de plus de 200 puits profonds dans les zones côtières pour fournir de l'eau potable. 

Sector(s): Education
Author: Hayfa Hamed
Location: Syria
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Qatar Charity (QC), in partnership with Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD), continues, for the third year in a row, to implement a school rehabilitation project in northern Syria. The project aims to enhance the access of internally displaced students to quality education and create an attractive educational environment.  This project is part of the QUEST initiative to support education in northwestern Syria.The schools of northwestern Syria have overcrowded classrooms causing an increase in the percentage of school dropouts due to lack of capacity. This is according to the 2022 humanitarian needs assessment by the United Nations agencies.The project includes rebuilding destroyed roofs and walls, repairing electricity networks and health facilities, restoring broken doors and windows, and repainting and decorating schools to create a nurturing environment for students. The project targets 83 schools, 17 in al-Bab, 33 in Azaz and Afrin, 17 in Tell Abyad, and 16 in Ras al-Ayn, with a total of 700 classrooms. “Supporting education for Syrian refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) is important to us,” said Ms. Nouf Al Kaabi, Director of QFFD’s Projects and Programs Department. “QFFD, through the QUEST initiative, aims to provide the best available opportunities and potentials necessary for the effective transition to formal education to create successful and effective persons and make their future better.”  Mr. Abdullah Muslim, the coordinator of the Education Section at Qatar Charity’s Turkey office, said more than 53,000 male and female students have benefited from the project in the last three years, while 24,500 children are benefiting from it this year. He also added that 1,400 classrooms have been repaired and renovated over the last three years. Mr. Muhammad Jihad Al-Naasan, director of Al-Orouba School, said, before its renovation, the school was in a very bad condition due to the broken windows and damaged walls, and there were nearly 35 students per classroom. He added that after the refurbishing, many of the children, who dropped out, returned to the school.He thanked QFFD and Qatar Charity for implementing this important educational project.He expressed his hope that the project would include building new classrooms for the preparatory and secondary grades.It is worth mentioning that Qatar Charity, in cooperation with QFFD, continues to implement the ‘schoolbook printing and distribution project for the third year in a row.  183,200 books (out of a total of 1.5 million books) have so far been printed and will be distributed at the beginning of the 2022/2023 academic year.  

Sector(s): Child Protection
Author: Hayfa Hamed
Location: Syria
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 Qatar Charity (QC), en partenariat avec le fond du Qatar pour le développement (QFFD), poursuit, pour la troisième année consécutive, la mise en œuvre d'un projet de réhabilitation d'écoles dans le nord de la Syrie.Le projet vise à améliorer l'accès des élèves déplacés à l'intérieur du pays à une éducation de qualité et à créer un environnement éducatif attrayant. Ce projet fait partie de l'initiative QUEST pour soutenir l'éducation dans le nord-ouest de la Syrie.Les écoles du nord-ouest de la Syrie ont des salles de classe surpeuplées, ce qui a entraîné une augmentation du pourcentage d'abandons scolaires en raison du manque de capacité. C'est selon l'évaluation des besoins humanitaires de 2022 par les agences des Nations Unies.Le projet comprend la reconstruction des toits et des murs détruits, la réparation des réseaux électriques et des établissements de santé, la restauration des portes et des fenêtres brisées, ainsi que la peinture et la décoration des écoles pour créer un environnement stimulant pour les élèves.Le projet cible 83 écoles, 17 à al-Bab, 33 à Azaz et Afrin, 17 à Tell Abyad et 16 à Ras al-Ayn, avec un total de 700 salles de classe.« Soutenir l'éducation des réfugiés syriens et des personnes déplacées à l'intérieur de leur propre pays (PDI) est important pour nous », a déclaré Mme Nouf Al Kaabi, directrice du département des projets et programmes du QFFD. "Le QFFD, par le biais de l'initiative QUEST, vise à fournir les meilleures opportunités et potentiels disponibles nécessaires à une transition efficace vers l'éducation formelle afin de créer des personnes performantes et efficaces et d'améliorer leur avenir."M. Abdullah Muslim, coordinateur de la section éducation du bureau turc de Qatar Charity, a déclaré que plus de 53 000 étudiants et étudiantes ont bénéficié du projet au cours des trois dernières années, tandis que 24 500 enfants en bénéficient cette année. Il a également ajouté que 1 400 salles de classe ont été réparées et rénovées au cours des trois dernières années.M. Muhammad Jihad Al-Naasan, directeur de l'école Al-Orouba, a déclaré qu'avant sa rénovation, l'école était en très mauvais état en raison des fenêtres brisées et des murs endommagés, et il y avait près de 35 élèves par classe. Il a ajouté qu'après la rénovation, de nombreux enfants qui avaient abandonné l'école étaient retournés.Il a remercié le QFFD et Qatar Charity pour la mise en œuvre de cet important projet éducatif. Il a exprimé son espoir que le projet comprendrait la construction de nouvelles salles de classe pour les classes préparatoires et secondaires.Il convient de mentionner que Qatar Charity, en coopération avec le QFFD, continue de mettre en œuvre le projet « impression et distribution de manuels scolaires » pour la troisième année consécutive. Quelque 183 200 livres (sur un total de 1,5 million de livres) ont été imprimés à ce jour et seront distribués à la rentrée 2022/2023.  

Sector(s): Health
Author: Hayfa Hamed
Location: Somalia/Somaliland
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Somali prime minister praises Qatar Charity’s humanitarian effortsHE Prime Minister of Somalia Hamza Abdi Barre praised the continuous Qatari support for the Somali people during their plight, noting the strength of relations between the two countries. He also applauded Qatar Charity's constant humanitarian efforts and relief and developmental assistance for the Somali people. This came during a meeting between a delegation from Qatar Charity and the prime minister. The delegation included Mr.  Nawaf Abdullah al-Hammadi, CEO's assistant for the International Programs and Development sector at Qatar Charity, and Mr. Abdulaziz Jassim Hejji, director of the International Programs and Development department. The delegation is visiting Somalia to closely examine the effects of the drought in the country, assess the humanitarian situation of the affected, continue providing relief assistance to them, and inspect Qatar Charity's relief and developmental projects.During the Somalia visit, the delegation laid the foundation stone for an emergency department at Di Martino Public Hospital in the Somali capital, Mogadishu.The foundation stone laying ceremony was attended by the Minister of Health and Human Services of the Federal Government of Somalia Dr. Ali Haji Adam, and HE Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Somalia Hassan bin Hamza Hashim, in addition to Qatar Charity’s delegation, health ministry officials, and many dignitaries. “We are happy with the start of the implementation of this huge project, the first of its kind in Somalia, which will contribute to facilitating difficult surgeries,” said the Minister of Health and Human Services of the Federal Government of Somalia Dr. Ali Haji Adam, thanking the State of Qatar and Qatar Charity, which he considered an essential partner of his ministry.He praised Qatar Charity's health interventions and the high-level coordination with the ministry to serve the Somali people. “The relations between Qatar and Somalia are fraternal, and Somalia deserves all the support," said HE Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Somalia Hassan bin Hamza Hashim, noting that the State of Qatar contributes to the development of the vital sectors of Somalia.“This emergency department at Di Martino Public Hospital will provide health services to those most in need, and contribute to improving the service in Somalia,” said Mr.  Nawaf Abdullah al-Hammadi, CEO's assistant for the International Programs and Development sector at Qatar Charity, indicating that this is one of Qatar Charity’s health projects implemented in Somalia.He added that Qatar Charity attaches significant attention to the health sector of Somalia, where it will soon train medical staff, start medical campaigns, and provide medical equipment. He stated that Qatar Charity managed to establish dozens of health centers in various Somali regions to contribute to improving the health services in the country. The two-story emergency department building will have the necessary facilities. The ground floor will have a laboratory, an X-RAY section, a pharmacy, a blood bank, consultation rooms, waiting areas, and a store. The first floor will consist of surgery, intensive care, and administration sections.                                                                                                          

Sector(s): Health
Author: Hayfa Hamed
Location: Somalia/Somaliland
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 Son Excellence le Premier ministre somalien, Hamza Abdi Berri, a félicité le gouvernement et le peuple du Qatar pour son soutien continu au peuple somalien et sa présence à ses côtés pendant les crises, soulignant la force des relations entre les deux pays. Il a salué les efforts humanitaires continus du Qatar et les secours et l'aide au développement qu'il fournit à la communauté somalienne, et a déclaré : " Cette interventionn'est pas oublié par le peuple somalien".C'était faitlors d'une réunion à laquelle ont participé SE l'ambassadeur du Qatar en Somalie Hassan bin Hamza Hashem et la délégation de Qatar Charity, qui est actuellement en visite en Somalie, et comprend M. Nawaf Al Hammadi, directeur général adjoint du secteur des programmes internationaux et du développement, et M. Abdulaziz. Jassim Al Hajji, directeur du département des programmes et du développement international Examiner de près les effets de la sécheresse en Somalie, voir la situation humanitaire des personnes touchées, continuer à leur fournir des secours et inspecter les projets de secours et de développement de Qatar Charity.Au cours de la réunion, M. Nawaf Al Hammadi a passé en revue les efforts de Qatar Charity pour faire face à la sécheresse en Somalie à travers un ensemble de projets de secours qui ont été mis en œuvre et d'autres projets en coursAu cours de la visite, la délégation a posé la première pierre de la construction du service des urgences de l'hôpital gouvernemental Di Martino dans la capitale somalienne, Mogadiscio, en présence du ministre de la Santé, M. Ali Haji Adam, et de l'ambassadeur d'ÉtatDu Qatar en Somalie, Hassan bin Hamza Hashem.Cela s'inscrit dans le cadre des efforts de Qatar Charity pour construire des projets de construction et de développement, afin de réaliser la stratégie de fourniture d'équipements et de services publics aux zones nécessiteuses, dont le principal est la fourniture de services de santé pour limiter la propagation des maladies infectieuses parmi les nécessiteux groupes.A cette occasion, Son Excellence M. Ali Haj Adam, le Ministre somalien de la Santé, a déclaré : « Nous sommes heureux de commencer la mise en œuvre de cet immense projet, qui est le premier du genre en Somalie pour traiter les chirurgies difficiles », remerciant l'Etat de Qatar et Qatar Charity, qu'il considérait comme un partenaire essentiel du ministère de la Santé.Il a salué les interventions de Qatar Charity dans le domaine de la santé et la coordination de haut niveau avec le ministère afin de servir le peuple somalien.Son Excellence M. Hassan bin Hamza Hashem, l'Ambassadeur de l'Etat du Qatar en Somalie, a parlé de la force relations entre les deux pays et a déclaré : « La relation entre le Qatar et la Somalie est fraternelle, et la Somalie mérite tout le soutien », notant que l'État du Qatar contribue au développement des secteurs durables vitaux de l'État somalien.Pour sa part, M. Nawaf Al Hammadi a déclaré : "Cet hôpital sera spécialisé dans les situations d'urgence et fournira des services aux groupes les plus nécessiteux, et il s'agit d'une extension des projets Qatar Charity qui ont été mis en œuvre à l'intérieur de l'hôpital De Martino, et la construction de l'hôpital représente un ajout qualitatif qui contribue à l'amélioration des services de santé en Somalie."Il a ajouté que Qatar Charity accorde une attention particulière au secteur de la santé en Somalie, car elle formera bientôt du personnel médical, lancera des campagnes médicales et enverra du matériel médical en Somalie, soulignant la contribution de Qatar Charity à l'amélioration de la santé publique des groupes dans le besoin en créant des dizaines de centres de santé dans diverses régions somaliennes.Composantes du projet Le projet se compose de deux étages, et le rez-de-chaussée comprend le service des urgences, les salles des médecins, le service de surveillance des urgences, le service d'échographie, le service de radiologie, le laboratoire, la banque de sang et la pharmacie, et le premier étage comprend les services de chirurgie, de soins intensifs et administrative.

Sector(s): Protection
Author: Hayfa Hamed
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 Qatar Charity launched the annual impact report for the year 2021 in cooperation with the Center for Humanitarian Conflict Studies, in the presence of Her Excellency Maryam bint Ali bin Nasser al-Misnad, Minister of Social Development and Family, and His Excellency Dr. Ahmed bin Mohammed al-Muraikhi, Special  Adviser to UN Secretary-General and Mr. Yousef bin Ahmed Al-Kuwari, CEO of Qatar Charity, in addition to a group of ambassadors, representatives of donor agencies, experts, academics and humanitarian workers.This event comes to celebrate the most important achievements made by Qatar Charity and to review the most important challenges it faced during the past year of 2021.praiseIn her speech at the ceremony, Her Excellency Mrs. Maryam bint Ali bin Nasser Al-Misnad, Minister of Social Development and Family, praised what Qatar Charity has achieved in terms of humanitarian support locally and internationally, and praised the human development efforts that the Society is on its way, adhering to the vision of supporting the Qatari citizen. She said, "Our humanitarian work requires us to be keen on achieving human dignity, as it is a welcome pole in our work that is based on serving him and achieving his prosperity," calling on all humanitarian workers to continue listening and listening to the requirements and aspirations of our local community and the world.She added that with the crowding of conflicts, disasters, crises, waves of displacement, and the effects of climate change that surround the humanitarian community in any direction, Qatar Charity is still racing against time to stop the bleeding of suffering that hits the humanitarian community where it was, pointing out that Qatar Charity during the year 2021 had an active role in responding for these growing needs.After her speech, Her Excellency thanked all the efforts of charitable humanitarian work in the State of Qatar, who continue to work to serve the Qatari citizen and achieve prosperity and growth in line with the Qatar National Vision and its 2030 strategy. Support every human suffering on this earth.humanitarian and development interventionsFor his part, Mr. Yousef Ahmed Al-Kuwari, CEO of Qatar Charity, thanked the Qatari charitable organizations, United Nations agencies, and international and local organizations.He also thanked the Center for Conflict Studies and Humanitarian Action for their generous hosting of this event, and the donors and philanthropists who responded to the call of their needy brothers around the world, which enabled Qatar Charity to implement humanitarian and development interventions worth more than $363 million during 2021, and made it occupy an advanced position. In his speech, Al-Kuwari said that Qatar Charity was and is still present in the most difficult protracted and emerging humanitarian crises in Africa and Asia, such as Syria, Palestine, Somalia, Yemen, Afghanistan, and the Rohingya, and contributed to making a positive change in the lives of 10 million people, including children, women, people with disabilities, the elderly and the vulnerable, without discrimination in 49 countries around the world.Qatar Charity has also remained steadfast in fulfilling its commitments to provide humanitarian and development assistance, provide support, mobilize resources, and build effective partnerships to provide a decent life for all. More on long-term projects to make a lasting change in people's lives, as it spent 83% of its revenue on long-term interventions to help lift communities out of poverty and preserve their dignity.Human developmentDr. Ahmed bin Muhammad al-Muraikhi, Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for Public-Private Partnerships and Islamic Social Finance, expressed his concern over the past two years of a decline in human development, pointing out that the effects of the Corona pandemic continue to impede development while new changes threaten stability. In the future.He pointed out that the devastation caused by floods, fires, rising temperatures, and unprecedented storms shows that we are on the verge of destruction and that armed conflicts mean that more people are suffering than ever before.Report reviewThis was followed by a presentation of the most important achievements of Qatar Charity during the past year (2021) by providing an overview of the most important information and figures included in the annual report, where he stressed that in 2021, Qatar Charity was able to implement projects that saved and changed the lives of 10 million people in 35 countries around the world. Thanks to generous donations from the Qatari community, it was able to allocate $363 million to implement humanitarian and development projects.The report indicated that humanitarian interventions, Qatar Charity responded during the past year to humanitarian crises in more than 30 countries to help victims of floods, earthquakes, hail, displacement, and armed conflicts at an estimated cost of $59 million.The report also noted that Qatar Charity continued its support for the protection of the displaced inside Syria through income-generating projects, building educational and health facilities, and restoration of infrastructure, in addition to protecting Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Jordan, and Turkey by providing food and non-food aid. It also provided basic services to tens of thousands of Afghans in transit in Qatar and provided care and protection for 250 unaccompanied children. In addition, 245 tons of life-saving aid was provided to more than 60,000 displaced people inside Afghanistan at a time when areas in need were difficult to reach.It also did not stop providing support to Rohingya refugees in countries of asylum, as it continued in Malaysia, the implementation of a $15 million project to support the access of more than 80,000 Rohingya refugees to life-saving health services through various health facilities and programs as well as in Bangladesh through the renovation of homes for more than 550 refugee families were provided with life-saving assistance to more than 3,000 refugees. Qatar Charity's projects in Yemen have also benefited 16,000 people by supplying them with potable water.Following the symposium, a panel discussion was held under the title "The Relationship Between Humanitarian Action, Development, and Peace."Mr. Mohammed Ali Al-Ghamdi, Assistant CEO of the Governance and Institutional Development Sector at Qatar Charity, and Mr. Biplov Choudary, Technical Representative and Head of the United Nations Development Program Office, participated in it.Mr. Al-Ghamdi touched on the important and effective role played by Qatar Charity through its programs and initiatives around the world, as well as the difficulties faced by major projects. He also asked about the number of Arab and Islamic organizations that will provide services for humanitarian needs, whether local organizations or transnational organizations such as Qatar Charity.Al-Ghamdi stressed that individual efforts considering the growing global need will not be fruitful in facing humanitarian challenges.He also stressed that the affected communities are the first and main partners of humanitarian organizations in finding the necessary solutions to overcome them, especially in areas of permanent conflict.For his part, Mr. Biplov Choudary stressed that the necessary solutions to humanitarian crises come from the societies themselves to overcome their crises, stressing that peace comes through the availability of development and a humanitarian environment in which the efforts of humanitarian organizations combine. The head of the United Nations Development Program office also thanked Qatar Charity for its efforts in countries suffering from crises and natural and environmental disasters.

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Author: Hayfa Hamed
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 Qatar Charity (QC), in cooperation with Zamzam Foundation in Somalia, provided vocational training to many orphans and those displaced due to drought to help them enhance their living standards. The vocational training project is one of the economic empowerment projects implemented by Qatar Charity to raise the economic and social standard of living of the needy. The training, which is the first of its kind by Qatar Charity in Somalia, benefited 18 orphans and IDPs. The trainees received certificates and basic equipment to practice carpentry, so that they can integrate into the labor market and reduce the economic burdens on their families.Mr. Berri Abdel Karim, projects officer at Zamzam Foundation, praised the role of the benevolent people of Qatar and Qatar Charity. He said the economic empowerment projects implemented by Qatar Charity always have a great impact on the beneficiaries. He wished the orphans and IDPs who participated in the training success in their careers. The trainee, Abu Bakr Hussein Muhammad, thanked Qatar Charity for allowing him to learn the carpentry, indicating that this is not the first time he has benefited from Qatar Charity’s projects, as he was one of the orphans sponsored by Qatar Charity. “I was planning to have a project of my own, and with the support of the benevolent people of Qatar, today, I am taking the first step to launch my own project,” said another trainee, Noor Mukhtar Abdullah, thanking Qatar Charity and the benefactors for the support. It is worth mentioning that Qatar Charity sponsors nearly 22,000 orphans in Somalia, and implements various projects for those affected by drought, especially in the sectors of relief, health, nutrition, and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH).    

Sector(s): Protection
Author: Hayfa Hamed
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 Qatar Charity (QC), en coopération avec la Fondation Zamzam en Somalie, a fourni une formation professionnelle à des nombreux orphelins et personnes déplacées en raison de la sécheresse pour les aider à améliorer leur niveau de vie.Le projet de formation professionnelle est l'un des projets d'autonomisation économique mis en œuvre par Qatar Charity pour élever le niveau de vie économique et social des personnes dans le besoin.La formation, qui est la première du genre par Qatar Charity en Somalie, a bénéficié à 18 orphelins et déplacés internes. Les stagiaires ont reçu des certificats et un équipement de base pour pratiquer la menuiserie, afin qu'ils puissent s'intégrer sur le marché du travail et réduire les charges économiques de leurs familles.M. Berri Abdel Karim, chargé de projets à la Fondation Zamzam, a salué le rôle du peuple du Qatar et Qatar Charity. Il a déclaré que les projets d'autonomisation économique mis en œuvre par Qatar Charity ont toujours un grand impact sur les bénéficiaires. Il a souhaité aux orphelins et déplacés internes qui ont participé à la formation du succès dans leur carrière.Le stagiaire, Abu Bakr Hussein Muhammad, a remercié Qatar Charity de lui avoir permis d'apprendre la menuiserie, indiquant que ce n'était pas la première fois qu'il bénéficiait des projets de Qatar Charity, car il était l'un des orphelins parrainés par Qatar Charity."Je prévoyais d'avoir mon propre projet, et avec le soutien du peuple bienveillant du Qatar, aujourd'hui, je fais le premier pas pour lancer mon propre projet", a déclaré un autre stagiaire, Noor Mukhtar Abdullah, remerciant Qatar Charity et les bienfaiteurs pour le soutien. Il convient de mentionner que Qatar Charity parraine près de 22 000 orphelins en Somalie et met en œuvre divers projets pour les personnes touchées par la sécheresse, notamment dans les secteurs de l'aide d'urgence, de la santé, de la nutrition et de l'eau, l'assainissement et l'hygiène (WASH).

Sector(s): Nutrition
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Qatar Charity, in partnership with OCHA’s Syria Cross-border Humanitarian Fund, inaugurated a bread production line and Silos in Al-Rai, a subdistrict in northern Aleppo Governorate, northern Syria.This is part of Qatar Charity’s ‘Support Wheat Value Chain in Northwest Syria’ project that has been being implemented for three years to contribute to enhancing food security and livelihoods in northwestern Syria.The inaugural ceremony was attended by Mr. Bakir Shan, director of Turkey’s Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) in Gaziantep, in addition to the representatives of al-Rai town's local council, agriculture directorate, and many local bodies.The production capacity of the bread production line is 5,000 loaves per hour, while the silo's storage capacity is 12000 tons. The silos consist of 12 cells with a capacity of 1000 tons for each.The ‘Support Wheat Value Chain in Northwest Syria’ project also includes the installation of a mill with a production capacity of 50 tons of flour per day.Under the project, 2500 tons of wheat were purchased and milled to be distributed to the beneficiaries in the form of free and subsidized bread.Qatar Charity, through this project, contributes to enhancing food security in the region by operationalizing silos, bread production lines, and mills, in addition to providing farmers with livelihood opportunities by supporting them with agricultural inputs for wheat cultivation, and building the capacities of local communities to manage the facilities for sustainable development and self-reliance. During its three years, the project has so far made several achievements in the countryside of Aleppo in northern Syria since 2019. They include supporting the cultivation of three stations for wheat seeds multiplication, in cooperation with the General Organization for Seed Multiplication, the rehabilitation of three wheat silo facilities, containing 36 storage cells with a capacity of up to 1,000 tons per cell, in Marea, Sharran, and Al-Rai, and the installation of two mills with a production capacity of 50 tons of flour per day in Marea and Al-Rai.  The project also supported 1004 wheat farmers with agricultural inputs such as seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, and the cost of supplemental irrigating and harvesting. A total of 1,004 hectares were cultivated and 4,000 tons of wheat were produced. Besides, 6,549 tons of wheat for milling were purchased from farmers to promote the marketing and cultivation of wheat by farmers in the region, in addition to distributing nearly 7,280,000 bundles of bread to the people in NWS Syria.

Sector(s): Food Security
Author: Hayfa Hamed
Location: Syria
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Dans le cadre de son soutien à la chaîne de valeur du blé dans le secteur de la sécurité alimentaire et des moyens de subsistance dans le nord-ouest de la Syrie, Qatar Charity, en partenariat avec le Fonds humanitaire pour la Syrie, a ouvert une boulangerie automatisée, en plus de la réhabilitation de silos à grains dans la ville d'Al-Rai dans le gouvernorat d'Alep, dans le nord de la Syrie.L'inauguration s'est déroulée en présence de M. Bakir Şan, directeur de l'Autorité turque de gestion des catastrophes et des urgences (AFAD) à Gaziantep, et Ahmed Yilmaz, coordinateur de l'agriculture dans la région de Kilis, en plus de responsables du conseil local de la ville d'Al -Rai, des représentants des directions de l'agriculture d'Al-Rai, et un certain nombre d'autorités locales de la région.La capacité de production du four ouvert est de 5 000 pains par heure et les silos à grains d'Al-Rai comprennent 12 cellules d'une capacité de stockage de 12 000 tonnes, tandis que le moulin est capable de produire 50 tonnes de farine par jour. Le projet d'appui à la filière blé prévoit l'achat de 2 500 tonnes de blé et de mouture pour distribution aux bénéficiaires sous forme de pain gratuit et subventionné.L'importance de ce projet vient du fait qu'il contribue à améliorer la sécurité alimentaire dans la région en liant les besoins à la production et en renforçant la résilience des communautés locales dans le nord-ouest de la Syrie en restaurant et en activant les actifs productifs tels que les silos, les fours et les moulins et en autonomisant les agriculteurs en les soutenant. Avec des activités génératrices de revenus et renforcer leur capacité et celle des communautés locales à gérer les installations pour parvenir au développement, à la durabilité et à l'autonomie.Au cours de ses trois phases, depuis 2019 jusqu'à présent, le projet a réalisé plusieurs réalisations dans la campagne d'Alep au nord de la Syrie, notamment : le soutien à la culture de trois stations de propagation pour la multiplication des semences de blé en coopération avec l'Organisation générale des actes semenciers et la remise en état de trois installations de silos à grains, contenant 36 cellules de stockage d'une capacité allant jusqu'à mille tonnes par cellule dans chacune des villes et villages de Mare', Sharan et Al-Rai, et l'installation de deux moulins avec une capacité de production de 50 tonnes par jour dans les villes de Mare' et Al-Rai. En outre, 1004 producteurs de blé ont été soutenus pour planter 1 hectare chacun avec des intrants agricoles (semences - engrais - pesticides - le coût de l'irrigation complémentaire - le coût de la récolte), où un total de 1004 hectares ont été plantés et 4 000 tonnes de blé ont été produites , et 6 549 tonnes de blé utilisé pour la mouture ont été achetées aux agriculteurs pour encourager la commercialisation et la culture du blé par les agriculteurs de la région, en plus de distribuer environ 7 millions et 280 000 paquets de pain aux habitants du nord de la Syrie.

Sector(s): Food Security
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Financé par le fond de Qatar pour le développement (QFFD), Qatar Charity (QC) a distribué des colis alimentaires à 7 000 personnes appartenant aux communautés les plus touchées dans les provinces pakistanaises du Khyber Pakhtunkhwa et du Balouchistan.L'aide a été fournie à 3 500 bénéficiaires à Chārsadda et Nowshera, deux districts de la province de Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, tandis que 3 500 autres bénéficiaires ont reçu l'aide dans le district de Loralai de la province du Baloutchistan.L’aide fait partie des interventions de secours de Qatar Charity pour les victimes des inondations au Pakistan. Les colis alimentaires ont été livrés par les équipes de terrain de Qatar Charity aux personnes touchées par les inondations au Pakistan, où de nombreuses maisons ont été détruites par les inondations dévastatrices qui ont gravement touché de nombreuses provinces du pays.Les emballages de nourriture contiennent de la farine, de l'huile végétale, des dattes, du riz, du sucre, du thé, du sel et d'autres produits alimentaires nécessaires."L'inondation dévastatrice a démoli ma maison et tué ma vache", a déclaré M. Wasif Ullah, bénéficiaire de l'aide alimentaire de Qatar Charity, ajoutant "je n'avais rien à manger". Il a noté que ce n'est pas seulement la situation de sa famille, mais que toutes les personnes du district sont dans le même état, sans nourriture, sans abri ni installations sanitaires.« À cause de cette inondation, j'ai perdu ma maison en terre et mon bétail, qui étaient ma seule source de revenus », a déclaré Mme Rozeena Jan, une autre bénéficiaire.Il convient de mentionner que la saison de la mousson continue d'affecter plusieurs provinces du Pakistan, provoquant des inondations, des glissements de terrain et des incidents météorologiques graves. Quelque 110 districts du Pakistan ont été gravement touchés, 1 023 personnes ont perdu la vie et 1 527 personnes ont été blessées. Plus d'un million de maisons ont été emportées et 800 000 têtes de bétail sont mortes. Dans la province de Kybar PakhtunKhaw, Charsadda et Nowshara sont les districts les plus touchés par les inondations. Quelque 235 personnes ont perdu la vie dans la province tandis que 326 897 maisons sont démolies et gravement endommagées.

Sector(s): Food Security
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Funded by Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD), Qatar Charity (QC) has distributed food packages to 7000 persons belonging to the most affected communities in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan provinces. The aid was delivered aid to 3500 beneficiaries in Chārsadda and Nowshera, both districts in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, while another 3500 beneficiaries received the assistance in the Loralai District of Balochistan province.The aid is part of Qatar Charity’s relief interventions for Pakistan’s flood victims. The food packages were delivered by Qatar Charity’s field teams to those affected by the floods in Pakistan where many homes were destroyed by the ravaging flood that hit severely many provinces of the country. The dry food packages contain flour, vegetable oil, dates, rice, sugar, tea, salt, and other necessary food items.“The devastating flood demolished my house and killed my cow,” said Mr. Wasif Ullah, a beneficiary of Qatar Charity’s food aid, adding “I had nothing to eat.” He noted that this is not his family's situation only, but all the people in the district are in the same condition, with no food, shelter, or health facilities. “Due to this flood, I lost my mud house and livestock, which was the only source of income for me,” said Ms. Rozeena Jan, another beneficiary. It is worth mentioning that the monsoon season continues to affect several provinces of Pakistan, causing floods, landslides, and severe weather-related incidents. Some 110 districts of Pakistan have badly been affected, 1,023 humans lost their lives, and 1527 persons were injured. More than 1 million houses washed out and 800,000 livestock have died.  In Kybar PakhtunKhaw province, Charsadda and Nowshara are the most flood-affected districts. Some 235 people lost their lives in the province whereas 326,897 houses are demolished and severely damaged.

Sector(s): Protection
Author: Hayfa Hamed
Location: Somali region
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 Qatar Charity signed a cooperation agreement with Save the Dream -a global non-profit movement that aims to promote and protect the values and integrity of sports in young people-to launch the “Empowering Youth and Saving the Dreams of Somali Children through Sports” project.The project comes under "Sports for Development and Peace", a joint initiative between Qatar Charity and Qatar Fund for Development.The agreement was signed by Mr. Nawaf Al-Hammadi, Deputy CEO of Programs and International Development Sector, on behalf of Qatar Charity, and Mr. Massimiliano Montanari, Save the Dream CEO, in the presence of Mr. Ali Al-Dabbagh, Deputy Director-General of the Qatar Fund for Development.Mr. Nawaf Al Hammadi said: "This agreement aims to promote trust and peace through sport, especially as it is a means of development and can have a major role in promoting development in conflict areas, and we are proud of it. It is the second partnership between Qatar Charity and Saves the Dream Organization, and we hope that this will strengthen Agreement on Peace and Development in Somalia.For his part, Mr. Massimiliano Montanari, Save the Dream CEO said:“Somalia is one of the poorest countries in the world, out of 10 people, 7 suffer from poverty. At the same time, 70 percent of its population is under the age of thirty, and we are proud, at Save the Dream, to start with Qatar Charity a project aimed at empowering these youth through sport and the power of its values.”For his part, Mr. Ali Al-Dabbagh, Deputy Director General of the Qatar Fund for Development, said: "Today we are witnessing the signing ceremony of one of the most important projects centered on the youth of Somalia, which falls within the framework of our Sports for Development and Peace initiative under the title of restoring hope and opportunities through sport."He added, "Through our strategic partners, especially our main partner in the Qatar Charity initiative, we seek to develop the skills of young men and women in economic and health terms to enhance their role in building strong societies based on the spirit of cooperation and peace through sport."The project seeks to empower a group of young people to become “agents of change” and train other young people to contribute to the development of approaches to promoting development and peace through sport.This project comes within the ongoing cooperation with Save the Dream, which included the organization of several projects and events such as a high-level joint event aimed at empowering young internally displaced people (IDPs) in Al Fasher, the capital city of North Darfur, “Darfur Dreams”, a joint initiative of Qatar Charity, QFFD and Save the Dream, and a side event held at the 74th United Nations General Assembly in New York on “The Role of Sport in Safeguarding and Empowering Refugees and IDPs”.The new initiative also aims to promote development principles through sport as an effective tool in humanitarian and development, and peacebuilding programs through several activities. It will also focus on the positive aspect of the sport in building societies and empowering children and youth, in addition to using sport as an important enabler to achieve the United Nations' sustainable development goals and promote peace and coexistence. BACKGROUND INFORMATIONAbout Save the DreamSave the Dream is an initiative established by the International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) with the support of Ooredoo as a Technology Partner.It is a global nonprofit Movement of organizations, people, and athletes who believe in the power of sports to build more fair and inclusive societies and are therefore committed to promoting and protecting its core values for the good of youth and future generations.For more details please visit: http://savethedream.org/  

Sector(s): Protection
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Qatar Charity (QC) delivered urgent relief aid to flood-affected Afghan refugees and the underprivileged members of the host community in Pakistan’s Balochistan province, in collaboration with the country’s Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA). The aid benefited more than 9,000 Afghan refugees and individuals from the host community.The relief aid, which included food items and non-food items, is part of Qatar Charity’s efforts to ease the suffering of the beneficiaries in this time of plight and meet their essential needs.Qatar Charity, as part of this relief aid, has distributed 75 tents along with trampoline sheets to 75 families in Nushki, a district in Balochistan, where all the houses of an entire village consisting of 75 households were completely damaged. Some 525 persons benefitted from this shelter aid.Apart from tents, dry food packages were also distributed to 1275 families from the Afghan Refugees and the host communities of Nushki and Qilla Saifullah, also a district in Balochistan, which are located at the Pak-Afghan border with a major influx of Afghan refugees. The food packages contained flour, sugar, rice, dates, vegetable oil, and other essential food items. Some 8,925 individuals benefitted from this rapid intervention.Qatar Charity’s field team in Pakistan managed to help those affected by the floods in the hard-to-reach remote areas and villages.“We requested Qatar Charity to provide relief aid in the village, which was badly hit by the flood,” said Mr. Khurram Khalid Baloch, Deputy Commissioner, Nushki, adding that Qatar Charity distributed relief items in coordination with government authorities. He indicated that the area needed immediate shelter, and food assistance, which was delivered by Qatar Charity.The beneficiaries expressed their delight in receiving the timely aid that helped them to meet their basic needs in their time of suffering.“I did not only lose my house and livestock in the flood but also was scared of losing my children due to hunger,” said Mrs.Jameela Naz, a beneficiary who received a tent and dry food items from Qatar Charity.“My mud house, which was a shelter for my family of seven, was washed away by the flood,” said Mr. Abdullah Jan, an Afghan Refugee, a daily-wage worker, noting that Qatar Charity provided food aid for his family in this time of plight.It is worth noting that in Ramadan, Qatar Charity distributed food packages to Afghan refugees in Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, benefiting 12,600 refugees.

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 Qatar Charity (QC) a fourni une aide d'urgence aux réfugiés afghans touchés par les inondations et aux membres défavorisés de la communauté d'accueil dans la province pakistanaise du Balouchistan, en collaboration avec l'Autorité provinciale de gestion des catastrophes (PDMA) du pays. L'aide a bénéficié à plus de 9 000 réfugiés afghans et à des personnes de la communauté d'accueil.L'aide humanitaire, qui comprenait des produits alimentaires et non alimentaires, s'inscrit dans le cadre des efforts de Qatar Charity pour atténuer les souffrances des bénéficiaires en cette période difficile et répondre à leurs besoins essentiels.Qatar Charity, dans le cadre de cette aide humanitaire, a distribué 75 tentes ainsi que des toiles de trampoline à 75 familles à Nushki, un district du Balouchistan, où toutes les maisons d'un village entier composé de 75 ménages ont été complètement endommagées. 525 personnes ont bénéficié de cette aide au logement.Des tentes, des colis de nourriture sèche ont également été distribués à 1275 familles de réfugiés afghans et aux communautés d'accueil de Nushki et Qilla Saifullah, également un district du Balouchistan, situé à la frontière pakistanaise avec un afflux important de réfugiés afghans. Les colis alimentaires contenaient de la farine, du sucre, du riz, des dattes, de l'huile végétale et d'autres produits alimentaires essentiels. Quelque 8 925 personnes ont bénéficié de cette intervention rapide.L'équipe de terrain de Qatar Charity au Pakistan a réussi à aider les personnes touchées par les inondations dans les zones et villages reculés difficiles d'accès."Nous avons demandé à Qatar Charity de fournir des secours dans le village, qui a été touché par les inondations", a déclaré M. Khurram Khalid Baloch, sous-commissaire de Nushki, ajoutant que Qatar Charity avait distribué des articles de secours en coordination avec les autorités gouvernementales. Il a indiqué que la région avait besoin d'un abri immédiat et d'une aide alimentaire, qui a été fournie par Qatar Charity.Les bénéficiaires ont exprimé leur joie de recevoir l'aide opportune qui les a aidés à subvenir à leurs besoins fondamentaux en ces temps de souffrance."J'ai non seulement perdu ma maison et mon bétail dans l'inondation, mais j'avais aussi peur de perdre mes enfants à cause de la faim", a déclaré Mme Jameela Naz, une bénéficiaire qui a reçu une tente et des aliments secs de Qatar Charity."Ma maison en terre, qui abritait ma famille de sept personnes, a été emportée par l'inondation", a déclaré M. Abdullah Jan, un réfugié afghan, un travailleur salarié à la journée, notant que Qatar Charity a fourni une aide alimentaire à sa famille en cette période de détresse. Il convient de noter que pendant le Ramadan, Qatar Charity a distribué des colis alimentaires aux réfugiés afghans à Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, au profit de 12 600 réfugiés.

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 There is a saying that goes: It takes a village to raise a child. Similarly, it takes a village to support a person in a humanitarian crisis. With record-high humanitarian needs around the world, this year’s World Humanitarian Day (WHD) builds on this metaphor of collective endeavor to grow global appreciation of humanitarian workWhenever people are in need, others help them. They are the affected people themselves always first to respond when disaster strikes and a global community that supports them as they recover. Far from the spotlight and out of the headlines, they come together to ease suffering and bring hope.The 2022 WHD campaign shines a light on the thousands of volunteers, professionals, and crisis-affected people who deliver urgent health care, shelter, food, protection, water, and much more.According to figures issued by the United Nations, in 2022, 274 million people in 63 countries will need protection and humanitarian assistance. This number is a significant increase from the 235 million people in need a year ago, which was the highest number recorded in decades.  The United Nations and its humanitarian partners aim to assist 183 million people in dire need in 63 countries, which will require $41 billion.World Humanitarian Day highlights the hundreds of thousands of volunteers and people affected by crises who provide urgent health care, shelter, food, protection, and water.Volunteers around the world are exposed to several threats. In the past twenty years, according to the United Nations, shootings, kidnappings, and other attacks against humanitarian organizations have increased tenfold. This year alone, at least 72 humanitarian workers were killed in conflict areas.World Humanitarian Day is an occasion to appreciate the work of humanitarian workers in the field of humanitarian activities in conflict areas, and Qatar Charity considers the celebration of this day an occasion to pay tribute to humanitarian workers and volunteers.Volunteering cultureQatar Charity is one of the leading humanitarian organizations in spreading the culture of volunteer work, as it embraces voluntary community initiatives to implement various projects in various fields.During the Corona pandemic, Qatar Charity opened its doors to many volunteers, and also cooperated with 5 Qatari youth initiatives by launching an initiative under the hashtag “rescue mission” as part of the campaign to tackle Corona, and this contributed to saving thousands of lives around the world.Challenge InitiativesThe Initiatives Challenge is an initiative launched by Qatar Charity to promote humanitarian projects in innovative ways, with the participation of 7 youth volunteer initiatives in Qatar.The idea of the program is to set up virtual events to market humanitarian projects, where the initiatives compete within 20 days to market packages of Qatar Charity projects with creative and influential ideas prepared and designed by the initiatives.Through this challenge, which is held annually, Qatar Charity aims to support initiatives to motivate them to continue and motivate young people to work by presenting the challenge motivating volunteersQatar Charity has worked to improve the capabilities of volunteers and stimulate their potential, as it shed light on the challenges facing humanitarian work and humanitarian organizations, and also developed a future road map to attract young people to benefit from their energies and capabilities. Where Qatar Charity, in cooperation with Qatar University, organized the Humanitarian Action Forum 2021to solve a humanitarian issue.

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