Artificial Intelligence (AI) can have transformative and impactful applications in the humanitarian sector. This collection contains guidelines, tools, reports, and other sources from various organisations and countries on Artificial Intelligence (AI) to aid humanitarians and other practitioners in their understanding of it as well as the potential integration of artificial intelligence in their work. Resources explore different aspects of AI for the humanitarian sector including the potential opportunities, risks, challenges and implications.
Natural hazards such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, or tsunamis can trigger disasters when coupled with vulnerability and inadequate measures to mitigate their impacts. These disasters affect millions of people worldwide each year. However, the impact of natural hazards can be reduced through proactive, systematic efforts to analyze and decrease the causal factors of disasters. This collection contains practical and operational guides, handbooks, guidelines, and toolkits from various organisations on disaster risk reduction in order to better aid humanitarians and other practitioners in disaster management, preparedness, and building resilience. These resources help aid people and communities worldwide in reducing their exposure to disasters and raising awareness about the importance of reining in the risks they face. Although it is impossible to eliminate disaster risk completely, prevention and preparedness can greatly improve the resilience of local communities. Image used for collection is by macrovector on Freepik: https://tinyurl.com/24mjyk6h.
This Collection contains operational guidelines, tools, reports, and other sources from various organisations and countries on wildfires to aid in wildfire management, risk reduction, preparedness, and response.
Resources are in English and Spanish.
Esta colección contiene directrices operativas, herramientas, informes y otras fuentes de diversas organizaciones y países sobre incendios forestales para ayudar en la gestión de los incendios forestales, la reducción del riesgo, preparación y respuesta.
Los recursos están en inglés y español.
In this collection, the various resources examine the topic of Internally Displaced People significantly and extensively. It explores a series of documents, handbooks, reports, and research that focus on the history of IDP and how manmade disasters and natural disasters can be driving forces for IDP. Moreover, this collection also discusses humanitarian assistance proposals and approaches to reduce the flow of IDP and maintain a safe and protected environment for displaced people.
Depuis le premier jour du Ramadan, Qatar Charity à distribuer près de 120 000 repas aux personnes touchées par le tremblement de terre et les inondations. L'accent a été mis sur les personnes qui ont perdu leur maison et ont déménagé pour vivre dans des tentes et des abris, comme les réfugiés syriens, les orphelins parrainés par Qatar Charity.Le projet a été lancé en présence de M. Abdulaziz Jassim Hejji, directeur du Département des programmes internationaux et du développement de Qatar Charity, en coopération et coordination avec les municipalités et les autorités locales dans les zones touchées.Dans les villes les plus touchées comme Hatay, Kahraman Maraash, Adıyaman, Qatar Charity, en coopération avec la municipalité d'Uskudar, continue de distribuer quotidiennement des repas Iftar (1 500 repas à Hatay, 750 repas à Kahraman Maraash et 750 repas à Adıyaman) dans tout le mois sacré."Nous sommes venus de toutes les villes turques pour répondre à la catastrophe exceptionnelle de Hatay, la ville la plus touchée par le tremblement de terre", a déclaré M. Helmi Türkmen, maire de la municipalité d'Uskudar, lors du lancement du projet. "Nous travaillons avec le soutien de nos amis de l'intérieur et de l'extérieur de la Turquie, y compris nos frères du Qatar."À Gaziantep, Qatar Charity, en coopération avec la municipalité de Shahinbey, distribue quotidiennement 1 500 repas Iftar aux personnes touchées.Une délégation de Qatar Charity, en présence de M. Abdulaziz Jassim Hejji, directeur du Département des programmes internationaux et du développement de Qatar Charity, a participé à un programme collectif Iftar organisé par la Municipalité de Shahinbey.
This set of information, education and communication (IEC) materials aims to educate and create awareness on the protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) for vulnerable populations. These Resources use information and communications technology to support, enhance, and optimise the delivery of information.
This set of information, education and communication (IEC) materials aims to educate and create awareness on the protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) for humanitarian agencies and staff. These Resources use information and communications technology to support, enhance, and optimise the delivery of information.
The office of Qatar Charity (QC) in Gaziantep has started, since the first day of Ramadan, to distribute nearly 120,000 Iftar meals to those affected by the earthquake and the floods. The focus was placed on the people who lost their homes, and moved to live in tents and shelters, like Syrian refugees, orphans sponsored by Qatar Charity, and needy families.The project was launched in the presence of Mr. Abdulaziz Jassim Hejji, director of the International Programs and Development Department at Qatar Charity, in cooperation and coordination with municipalities and local authorities operating in the affected areas.In the most affected cities like Hatay, Kahraman Maraash, Adıyaman, Qatar Charity, in cooperation with the Municipality of Uskudar, continues to distribute Iftar meals daily (1,500 meals in Hatay, 750 meals in Kahraman Maraash, and 750 meals in Adıyaman) throughout the holy month."We came from all Turkish cities to respond to the exceptional disaster in Hatay, the most affected city by the earthquake,” said Mr. Helmi Türkmen, Mayor of the Municipality of Uskudar, at the launch of the project. “We work with the support of our friends from inside and outside Turkiye, including our brothers in Qatar."In Gaziantep, Qatar Charity, in cooperation with the Municipality of Shahinbey, distributes 1,500 Iftar meals to the affected people daily.A delegation from Qatar Charity, in the presence of Mr. Abdulaziz Jassim Hejji, director of the International Programs and Development Department at Qatar Charity, participated in a collective Iftar program organized by the Municipality of Shahinbey.“The responsibility for the families of the martyrs who lost their breadwinners in the earthquake rest on our shoulder, and we hope that, in the blessed month of Ramadan, their situation will improve for the better."” said Mr. Mehmet Tahmazoğlu, Mayor of the Municipality of Shahinbey."I welcome our partners from Qatar Charity, with whom we work to meet the needs of the affected and implement various projects to support them,” added the mayor. Mr. Abdulaziz Jassim Hejji, director of the International Programs and Development Department at Qatar Charity, said “The implementation of Ramadan projects will enhance social bonds, cooperation and solidarity between individuals and different communities, and can encourage individuals to contribute to other projects and work together to improve their lives and the lives of local communities in general, and create a positive multiplier impact, especially in the holy month."Charity KitchenHe noted that ‘Charity Kitchen’, which prepares Iftar meals, is a qualitative and integrated project that serves all sections of the community. "Our participation in the collective Iftar program had a positive impact on the families affected by the earthquake,” he indicated. Qatar Charity, in cooperation with the municipality ofShanliurfa, distributes 1,500 Iftar meals per day, and it also distributes 500 meals in Kilis,Mr. Ibrahim Karatume, Head of the Migration and Integration Services Department in the Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality, said, “The distribution of carefully prepared Iftar meals enhances social solidarity in the month of compassion.”
This set of information, education and communication (IEC) materials aims to educate and create awareness on how to be prepared and stay safe in case of floods. These Resources use information and communications technology to support, enhance, and optimise the delivery of information.
Qatar Charity (QC) organized Umrah trip for 20 outstanding orphans of Pakistan, as part of its ‘Rofaqa’ initiative. Mr. Yousuf Abdulla Al-Khulaifi, general supervisor of the 'Rofaqa' initiative, welcomed the orphans, praising their excellence and congratulating them for performing Umrah. The supervisors of the Umrah trip from Qatar Charity’s headquarters and its Pakistan office accompanied the children in performing Umrah and visiting Medina and many other visits.In a statement, Mr. Yousuf Abdulla Al-Khulaifi said that the Umrah trip is part of Qatar Charity’s keenness to provide comprehensive care to the orphans through the ‘Rofaqa’ initiative and encourage them to excel in various aspects. He added that Qatar Charity organizes various activities for them to contribute to improving their knowledge and developing their capabilities. He noted that the orphans who participated in this trip were selected based on their excellence in the fields of memorizing the Holy Quran, their academic achievement, and behavioral discipline.He mentioned that the 10-day Umrah trip included a visit to Masjid al-Haram, (the Great Mosque of Mecca) and Al-Masjid An-Nabawī, (Prophet's Mosque), in addition to visits to the holy sites, historical mosques and museums in Mecca and Medina. The trip also comprised cultural activities and competitions.The orphans expressed their delight with the Umrah trip. “When I heard that I was selected for performing Umrah, there was no control over my tears,” said 16-year-old Mohammad Ahmad. “This is the biggest wish of my life which Qatar Charity and its donor fulfilled.”Mr. Shayan Khan, a 15-year-old memorizer of the Quran, said, “It was my wish to recite the Quran in Medina, but I never expected that it would come true so quickly. I am very thankful to Qatar Charity and donors who gave me an opportunity for this holy trip.” Before the Umrah trip, Qatar Charity’s Pakistan office provided Ihram (Umrah dress), shoes, hand-carry bags, personal hygiene kits, and necessary items to the sponsored orphans.
Qatar Charity delivers aid to earthquake victims in northern SyriaQatar Charity (QC) started to deliver a new batch of urgent relief assistance to those affected by the earthquake in northern Syria. The aid funded by Eid Charity is expected to benefit 5,750 people in northwestern Syria. This is part of Qatar Charity’s continuous efforts to contribute to meeting the basic needs of the earthquake victims.The aid, worth QR 2 million, includes the installation and equipping of 1,150 shelter tents and the provision of primary shelter materials to the affected, which comprise mattresses, blankets, fire extinguishers, and first aid kits.Qatar Charity emphasized the importance of cooperation and concerted efforts to respond to humanitarian crises. It stated that the cooperation with Eid Charity came as an extension of the strategic partnership between both organizations and a joint response from both to the great damage inflicted on Syrian whose suffering doubled after the earthquake.Qatar Charity noted that it seeks through this project to protect children and families, mitigate the damage to them, provide them with psychological support, and ensure their safety and security.Eid Charity stated that it extended a helping hand to those affected by the earthquake in northern Syria, in cooperation with one of its most important strategic partners, which is Qatar Charity, based on its humanitarian and pioneering role towards the international community around the world. It indicated that relief assistance of all kinds comes within the framework of its most important priorities to help the affected, the displaced, and refugees.Eid Charity pledged more strategic cooperation with Qatar Charity through several important humanitarian projects to contribute to achieving the Qatar National Vision and the Sustainable Development Goals.
هي الأداة التي تحمل الرسالة من المرسل إلى المستقبل، ومن أمثلة قنوات الاتصال التي تستخدم في مواقف الاتصال التعليمي: الكتب، المجلات، الصحف، التلفزيون، الراديو، الحديث الشفهي، الحاسوب، الإنترنت.
Qatar Charity (QC) has signed an agreement with Al Rawabi group, as part of partnership and cooperation in the fields of humanitarian and community work. Under the agreement, Al Rawabi group became the ‘Charity Partner’ (CP) of Qatar Charity and was awarded the CP trademark in the bronze category within the framework of the social responsibility programs of Qatar Charity. The agreement was signed by Mr. Ahmad Mr. Yousef Fakhroo, CEO’s assistant for the Resources Development and Media sector at Qatar Charity, andSheikh Khalid Bin Hassan Abdu Rahman Al Thani, director of Al Rawabi Group. Al Rawabi Group donated QR100,000 as part of its partnership and cooperation in the field of humanitarian and community work. The agreement is part of Al Rawabi’s keenness to participate in the programs and activities, which are organized by Qatar Charity to help and support the deserving persons, as part of its social responsibility and humanitarian duty. Mr. Yousef Fakhroo, CEO’s assistant for the Resources Development and Media sector at Qatar Charity, expressed his happiness with the signing of the ‘CP’ agreement with Al Rawabi and the inauguration of Rawabi Hypermarket. He said that Qatar Charity is keen to involve organizations and companies in charitable activities by signing the ‘CP’ agreements, indicating that it aims to establish partnership with a larger number of companies this year to allow them to contribute to the community services and charitable projects. Fakhroo noted the previous cooperation between Qatar Charity and Al Rawabi Group and many joint Ramadan projects, in addition to other programs, which will be implemented under the ‘CP’ program.On signing the agreement Sheikh Khalid Bin Hassan Abdu Rahman Al Thani said, “We are proud to associate with Qatar Charity whose efforts to alleviate poverty and provide help and support to those in need across the world irrespective of caste, creed, and religious beliefs is a shining example of Qatari culture.
Qatar Charity launches many development projects in TunisiaQatar Charity (QC) launched many development projects in Tunisia, in the presence of HE Saad bin Nasser Al Humaidi, Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Tunisia, Mr. Abdelfattah Chakchouk, governor of Mahdia, Mr. Ridha Rokbani, governor of Kasserine, and Mr. Abdulaziz Jassim Hejji, Director of the International Programs and Development Department at Qatar Charity. These projects included the handover of social housing units, and the opening of an education center for special needs. Mr. Abdulaziz Jassim Hejji, Director of the International Programs and Development Department at Qatar Charity, handed over 42 social housing units to low-income families in Mahdia to improve their living conditions.The handover of the social housing units comes within the framework of Qatar Charity's keenness to provide a dignified life for families with limited incomes,” said Hejji. He noted that 20 housing units will be handed over in the Tataouine Governorate, in the presence of the governor and many officials.Hejji thanked the concerned Tunisian authorities for providing the necessary facilities for the implementation of these and other projects, underlining that Qatar Charity will continue to implement several other development projects in the coming period.Besides, Qatar Charity opened an education center for special needs in Kasserine, which is the first of its kind in Thala town and neighboring cities that need such type of projects. The center, which was built on an area of 500 square meters, has many halls and offices.HE Saad bin Nasser Al Humaidi, Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Tunisia, affirmed his country's continuous readiness to support Tunisia in all fields, noting the continuation of fruitful cooperation with Tunisia to implement a larger number of development and social projects.He added that Qatar Charity has major contributions in Tunisia in all humanitarian fields, especially in the field of social housing, economic empowerment, water, and food security, indicating that its interventions in Kasserine are numerous, especially in the social field.For his part, Mr. Ridha Rokbani, governor of Kasserine, appreciated this initiative implemented by Qatar Charity, which will enable the people of with special needs and autism patients in Thala to receive their education.The opening ceremony saw a theatrical performance by the center's children, in addition to an exhibition and video presentations about Qatar Charity and its most prominent projects in Tunisia.
This collection containing information, education and communication (IEC) materials aims to educate and create awareness on how to be prepared and stay safe in case of earthquakes. These Resources use information and communications technology to support, enhance, and optimise the delivery of information. Image by macrovector_official on Freepik: https://tinyurl.com/586rtf6m
Governorate and the Khalid Ibn Al-Walid Mosque in Karak Governorate, Jordan. The foundation stone laying ceremony was attended by the Jordanian Minister of Health Dr. Firas Al-Hawari, the State of Qatar's Ambassador to Jordan HE Sheikh Saud bin Nasser bin Jassim Al -Thani, and Dr. Abdullah Al-Aqeel, Secretary General of the Ministry of Awqaf, Islamic Affairs, and Holy Places.At the foundation stone laying ceremony of Al-Hamra Health Center, the State of Qatar's Ambassador to Jordan HE Sheikh Saud bin Nasser bin Jassim Al -Thani, expressed his happiness with this project. He added that Qatar Charity plays a key role in addressing humanitarian challenges and helping to achieve the sustainable development goals in light of the challenges the world is witnessing, most notably the influx of refugees into Jordan and other countries due to the Syrian crisis.He noted that the projects worth 25 million Jordanian dinars that Qatar Charity implements include aid, shelter, food, health, education, and social projects, in addition to sponsoring 6,500 persons.For his part, the Jordanian Minister of Health Dr. Firas Al-Hawari, said that this project confirms the depth of the relations between the two countries, Jordan and Qatar, and the keenness of Qatar to contribute to supporting the efforts of the Jordanian Ministry of Health in developing the infrastructure of its health centers, thus contributing to improving the quality of primary health care services provided in various governorates of Jordan.He thanked Qatar Charity for providing this generous grant that made this project possible. He pointed out that this project is a glimmer of hope for cooperation between the Jordanian Ministry of Health and Qatar Charity, emphasizing the importance of the project as it is one of the important health centers in Mafraq governorate, which provide health services and maternity and childhood services to more than 15,000 citizens and over 5,000 Syrian refugees.Speaking at the foundation stone laying ceremony of Khalid bin Al-Waleed Mosque in Karak Governorate, Mr. Yousuf bin Ahmed Al-Kuwari, CEO of Qatar Charity, said that the mosque plays a fundamental and essential role in promoting the values and principles that are based on the humanization of civilization and the call for the advancement of societies. He indicated that Qatar Charity hopes to implement its interventions, under the current year plan, with a value of 13 million Jordanian dinars.Dr. Abdullah Abu Nawas, Head of the Mosque Committee, praised Qatar Charity's initiative and its response to the reconstruction of this mosque, which serves a large area. He added that it is one of the old mosques in the area, underling the importance of its reconstruction due to the need of the population for a mosque in the area.The 1870-square-meter Khaled bin Al-Walid Mosque will include a main prayer area for nearly 500 worshippers and a women prayer area for approximately 150 worshipers, in addition to an ablution area and a house for the Imam.
Qatar Charity (QC) signed a cooperation agreement with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) for the integrated humanitarian response for vulnerable communities in the Blue Nile State of Sudan, in the presence of HE Mohammed bin Ibrahim Al-Sada, ambassador of Qatar to Sudan. Besides, Qatar Charity signed two technical agreements with the Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) to implement projects in the field of water and education in the country.Qatar Charity, through the agreement signed with IRC, is keen to support the health system and provide integrated services to the vulnerable communities most affected by conflict in the Blue Nile State.Mr. Mana Al-Ansari, Field offices Affairs Department Manager at Qatar Charity, emphasized that these development projects give the beneficiaries the strength to rise again, which is what Qatar Charity aims to do, indicating its constant readiness to assist international organizations in such important projects. He also said Qatar Charity attaches significant attention to water and sanitation programs.Ms. Eatizaz Yousif, the IRC Sudan Country Manager, praised the partnership with Qatar Charity. She said that it is a good start for other partnerships to cover wider regions in Sudan and enable IRC to provide and develop services in the fields of health, water and sanitation, rehabilitation, and the improvement of conditions in the region. She noted that Qatar Charity's funding will help provide a mobile clinic that will support the health team in the region to speed up the provision of services to the communities most in need.The technical agreement signed by Qatar Charity with the Humanitarian Aid Commission in Khartoum includes the drilling of 17 water wells in the areas that suffer most from thirst in South Kordofan State. The second technical agreement relates to the safe return to school project, which contains the construction of 25 educational facilities and 100 units and a project in the field of water and sanitation, in addition to providing school bags and aids for students, and 89 coolers to provide drinking water in the targeted schools.For his part, Dr. Najm Al-Din Moussa, Sudan humanitarian aid commissioner, praised Qatar Charity's great support in the humanitarian and development sectors, noting that that they are in the process of implementing large projects with Qatar Charity during the next stage.Mr. Mana Al-Ansari, Field offices Affairs Department Manager at Qatar Charity, reviewed, during his recent visit to Sudan, the progress of work on many development and humanitarian projects implemented by Qatar Charity in the fields of health, education, water, and sanitation, including the Taiba Educational City for orphans and Al-Attiyah Hospital in Omdurman, which is expected to be completed before the end of this year.
Qatar Charity (QC) launched the sixth edition of ‘Future’s Writers’, a program designed to develop the creative writing skills of school and university students, in the presence of many partners.The launching ceremony was attended by Ms. Maryam Al-Hammadi, Director of the Department of Culture and Arts at the Ministry of Culture, Mr. Abdulla Hamid Almulla, director of the Student Activities Department at Qatar University, and Mr. Hassan Al Nuaimi from the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, in addition to Mr. Fareed Khaleel Al-Siddieqy, Head of the Local Projects Department at Qatar Charity.The sixth edition of the program is being participated in by 228 schools, in addition to Qatar University, University of Doha for Science and Technology, Community College, and Al Noor Institute, and the Audio Education Complex.In his opening remarks, Mr. Fareed Khaleel Al-Siddieqy, Head of the Local Projects Department at Qatar Charity said, “Our interest in this program is part of our keenness to contribute to the cultural development of the country, in line with Qatar National Vision 2030, strengthen our children’s relationship with their Arabic language, make them proficient in creatively expressing and writing, especially the story, and provide writers who can contribute to the development of their country and nation.” He hoped that the program will provide a greater opportunity to discover the capabilities of talented members of the community and noted that the sixth edition will pay more attention to the winners of the previous editions, shedding light on their successful experiences.At the end of his speech, he thanked the program’s partners, who are the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, the Ministry of Culture, the Qatari Forum for Authors, and Qatar University.Ms. Maryam Al-Hammadi, Director of the Department of Culture and Arts at the Ministry of Culture, thanked Qatar Charity for its efforts in the in this program, and the Ministry of Education and Higher Education for supporting the program, which is being implemented at the level of schools and universities.She emphasized that the Ministry of Culture encourages all bodies to organize cultural events, as they play a role in promoting cultural movement in the community and urged everyone to launch and implement more such initiatives to facilitate the right to culture for all members of the community.Mr. Hassan Al-Nuaimi from the Ministry of Education and Higher Education praised the ‘Future’s Writers’ Program. He said that there is no doubt that the Arabic language has a role to play in shaping the awareness of the community, and therefore the Ministry of Education has been taking part in the program for the sixth year in a row to enhance the creative skills and literary taste of the students.Mr. Abdulla Hamid Almulla, director of the Student Activities Department at Qatar University, expressed the university’s pleasure to participate in the program, emphasizing that the program is in line with the university's mission, which seeks to refine student abilities and discover latent talents. He added that the program also enhances student work and discovers and develops students' creative talents, making them more able to express themselves and interact positively with the academic environment and with the labor market in the future after their graduation.He expressed his pride in the partnership between Qatar Charity and Qatar University in this program, hoping for the success of its current edition.
Following the disaster that hit Turkiye and Syria, Immediate priority needs include safe and stable shelter, support for pregnant women, hygiene items, medicine and medical care, and psychosocial support. Children, women, the elderly, and persons with disabilities are identified as the most affected groups. There is a lack of coordination and gaps in provision of health services, mainly related to lack of medicine and medical supplies, as well as psychosocial support
Qatar Charity (QC) and King’s College London have signed a Letter of Intent to work together to address global challenges, starting with a project to deliver health improvements in Somaliland. His Excellency, Sheikh Hamad Nasser J. Al-Thani, Minister of State and Chairman of Qatar Charity, and Professor Shitij Kapur, the President & Principal of King’s College London, signed the Letter of Intent, in the presence of HE Fahd bin Mohammed Al Attiyah, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the State of Qatar to the United Kingdom.Under the agreement, both parties will work together on projects strengthening health systems and improving the quality of healthcare in fragile settings where populations bear some of the highest rates of disease and mortality. Laura Hucks, Director of King’s Global Health Partnerships (KGHP), Matthew Gorman, Director of Fundraising and Supporter Development, and Mr. Ahmed Al-Rumaihi, Director of the External Affairs Office at Qatar Charity signed a grant agreement of approximately £1.1million, for the inaugural joint project – Improving the Quality of Healthcare in Somaliland. With over 20 years of experience working in Somaliland, KGHP will work in partnership with the Ministry of Health Development (MoHD) and the World Health Organisation to implement a healthcare improvement strategy that can be rolled out across the country.The project will work with all six regional hospitals in Somaliland, which serve over 45,000 patients each year, to directly improve the quality of care that patients receive. The project will also work with universities in Somaliland to deliver improvements to higher education doctors before entering the health system. In partnership with the Tropical Health Education Trust (THET), the country’s Medical Schools will be supported to transition to a new national undergraduate medical curriculum that meets international standards for training doctors. Support will also be provided to the government to develop a plan to establish postgraduate training (in areas such as paediatrics, obstetrics and surgery). His Excellency, Sheikh Hamad Nasser J. Al-Thani, Minister of State and Chairman of Qatar Charity said: “With King’s Global Health Partnerships’ solid groundwork in strengthening health systems, we aim to support the building blocks of a strong, inclusive health system in countries where children, women and fragile populations bear some of the highest rates of disease and mortality. I am a strong believer in partnerships between universities and NGOs, and I am confident that together we will translate today’s commitment of partnership into a reality in the lives of the people we serve as we work towards the 2030 development agenda.” Professor Shitij Kapur, the President & Principal of King's College London, said: “As part of our King’s College London Vision 2029, we are committed to giving back to society through meaningful service, and Qatar Charity is a key partner for this work. We are proud to be delivering on this commitment and improving health services and outcomes for people around the world through the impactful work of KGHP”. It is worth mentioning that, with 33 offices across Africa, Asia and Europe and a global network of partners from UN agencies, governments and local actors, Qatar Charity supports and empowers communities in over 60 countries through interventions in child protection, education, cultural development, health, food and nutrition, water and sanitation, economic empowerment, social welfare, disaster preparedness and response, and housing.