Qatar Charity’s ‘Taqat’ trains, hires over 50,000 youths in Palestine
Qatar Charity (QC) has managed to train and hire more than 50,000 youths, both male and female, in Palestine, through its ‘Taqat initiative, which is one of the world’s unique humanitarian initiatives.This initiative comes as part of Qatar. Charity’s continued efforts are aimed at economically and socially empowering youths in Palestine. It aims to provide opportunities for creative Palestinian youths to work remotely for Qatari and international companies. The initiative will contribute to reducing the unemployment rate, improving the economic situation of Palestinian families, strengthening the role of creative youths, in addition to providing employment services at the same time. Companies, through this initiative, can hire entire teams to run their businesses with lower costs and higher quality.The initiative is expected to hire hundreds of graduates and skilled and talented persons for content-writing, graphic design, video production, motion graphics, translation, and accounting, in addition to other tasks. This initiative is an opportunity for poverty and unemployment-stricken youths, especially in Palestinians' problematic economicconditions, particularly in the Gaza Strip.This initiative is part of the "Palestine Relief" campaign launched by Qatar Charity a few weeks ago to support Palestinian families in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.It is noteworthy that the number of Palestinian higher education graduates are 40,000 annually, according to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. Most of them are unemployed due to limited opportunities.