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Qatar’s Filipino community mobilise for typhoon victims

The Filipino community in Qatar, which is known for its compassion and unity, has been working tirelessly to gather donations to aid those affected...

Education City Stadium Becomes More Vibrant

Qatar Foundation has installed vibrant murals outside the Education City stadium – all of which painted by budding artists in Qatar. The murals were...

Ride of Champions: Biggest cycling event in Qatar

Qatar’s biggest cycling gala of the year, The Ooredoo Ride of Champions 2020, finally took place on Friday, after months of delay due to...

Building a brighter future, Qatar funds schools in Albania

Qatar continues to expand on its humanitarian operations around the world with the new grant agreement with the government of Albania to reconstruct educational...

COVID-19: QF university researchers develop ‘disease detective’ mobile game

By Muhammad Muneeb Ur Rehman Five COVID-19 research projects awarded university grants, including a contact tracing mobile phone app game. Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) Innovation...

Qatar Chamber opens employment platform for laid-off private-sector workers

By Muhammad Muneeb Ur Rehman Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry has launched an online platform for the re-employment of skilled workers in the local market. The...
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