Bureau to guide social institution members
DOHA QATAR Bureau for NGO Support inaugurated the training and advisory services for social institutions in Qatar, in Doha, on Monday.
The ceremony held under the patronage of the President of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs HE Sheikha Hessa bint Hamad al Thani was attended by officials of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs and other national social institutions as well as government and private institutions engaged in social work.
Speaking at the event, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Qatar Bureau for NGO Support HE Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdulrahman al Thani said, “I am proud of the Qatar Bureau for NGO Support and of its work.
Despite having been founded only recently, the bureau has launched this quality initiative which will provide a comprehensive spectrum of services, training and consulting for social enterprises.
This will greatly benefit professionals working in the social institutions of the country.” Emphasising the broad range of courses the bureau will offer, he said, “ The bureau will offer a range of short training programmes as well as professional certificates in collaboration with professional accredited institutions.
We will also offer professional diplomas in collaboration with internationally recognised universities as well as internet-based training programmes.” He said that a special course titled ‘Training and its role in building human capacities in social institutions’ to be taught by Secretary General of the High Consulting Committee for Applying Islamic Law in Kuwait’s Emiri Diwan Dr Ayoub al Ayoub, who is also an expert on human development, will begin the training series.
“The Qatar Bureau for NGO Support, under the patronage of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs and through its advisers and experts, is keen to develop a distinctive series of consulting services aimed at helping social organisations achieve their objectives and to contribute to building their human and institutional resources,” he said.
“We have invited several representatives of community organisations to attend this celebration of vocational education which in turn, will launch an important stage of professional cooperation in the field of training and consultancy,” he said.