Qatar Charity’s ‘Taqat’ initiative has succeeded in training over 50,000 youth in Palestine in this unique humanitarian project.
Qatar Charity (QC) has trained and hired more than 50,000 youth in Palestine through its ‘Taqat’ initiative, described as one of the world’s “unique humanitarian initiatives”, Qatar News Agency reported.
QC has continued its effort to empower youth in Palestine, both socially and economically, with the new ‘Taqat’ providing even more opportunities for young people to work for Qatari and international companies remotely.
قطر الخيرية تتمكن من تدريب وتوظيف أكثر من خمسين ألف شاب وفتاة في فلسطين وذلك من خلال مبادرتها /طاقات للعمل عن بعد/ والتي تعد من أكثر المبادرات الإنسانية تميزا على مستوى العالم. #قنا https://t.co/lMwfP9IFlX pic.twitter.com/9BgRDKeGH7
— وكالة الأنباء القطرية (@QatarNewsAgency) July 5, 2021
The aim of the initiative is to alleviate the burden of unemployment, improve the economic situation of Palestinian families and strengthen the role of creative youth while providing them with employment services.
‘Taqat’ is expected to hire hundreds of skilled graduates and youth to create and write content, graphic design, produce videos, motion graphics, translation and accounting, as well as perform other tasks.
It’s part of a recent ‘Palestine Relief’ campaign launched by QC to support Palestinian families in the Gaza Strip and West Bank.
Approximately 40,000 Palestinians graduate from higher education institutes every year according to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics.
However, most are unemployed due to limited work opportunities.