The Center for Social Development (Nama), affiliated with the Qatar Foundation for Social Work (QFSW), recently concluded a social vocational training program launched in cooperation with the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (Unesco) to develop the skills of young people and empower workers in the field of social work.
The four-day program included a series of workshops aimed at building the capacity of Qatari men and women, aged 20-35, in the field of social development work, empowering them and developing their scientific knowledge and skills. .
The workshops focused on three main areas: the most important concepts of social work, the appropriate environment to increase the effectiveness of youth participation and the best possible ways to develop the skills of young Qataris in social work.
During the graduation ceremony, QFSW CEO Ahmed al-Kuwari said that the organization and its affiliated centers have always been efficient in providing the latest training and development programs and courses in various fields.
Nama Center Executive Director Saba al-Fadala said, “The success of social work could not have happened without several factors, primarily the human factor. The more people are passionate about serving their community and aware of the dimensions of social work, the more support they will get. This will surely take them to the next level and maximize the positive impact people have in developing their skills and increasing their experience in the future.