Posted on December 26, 2014
Qatar Charity (QC) is going westward, The Peninsula said. In a first, QC has launched a unique entrepreneurship talent-tapping drive among thousands of needy students in the UK. The first phase of the project was launched a week ago. About 4,000 British students from some 100 secondary schools from five regions in the UK will  benefit.
 
In the first phase, supervisors are being trained on how to choose beneficiaries. In the next phase, guidance in the field of entrepreneurship and business management will be provided to selected students. And in the third and final phase, students’ business skills and competence will be polished and they will be short-listed for managing business projects. This was disclosed by Ayub Aby Al Yaqeen, Director-General, QC, in remarks to Al Sharq yesterday. QC has signed an agreement with a local charity in the UK to launch the project.

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