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There are 70 partnership agreements between Qatar Charity (QC) and UN organizations with a total value of 28.2 million USD.
QC’s concern to cooperate with the UN on the humanitarian level is reflected by those agreements and the number of programs and projects executed in some countries.
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Cooperation memoranda and agreements were signed with the following organizations and agencies:
· Memorandum of Understanding establishes an exciting new partnership between International Medical Corps UK and Qatar Charity UK.
· Collaboration will let both organisations reach areas, sectors and communities that are under served.
International Medical Corps UK and Qatar Charity UK, are today signing a Memorandum of Understanding in order to strengthen their combined purpose of providing humanitarian assistance to those most in need around the globe.
Speaking ahead of the signing, Kevin Noone, Executive Director of International Medical Corps UK, said:
Under the slogan, 'Towards more effective and safer humanitarian action', Qatar Charity launched the third edition of the International Forum for Humanitarian Work in Doha, Qatar. This two-day forum involves the participation of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Government of Qatar Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Committee of the Red Cross, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and a number of Gulf Cooperation Council-origin and international humanitarian organizations.
Qatar Charity‘s 2014 food security programs benefited more than 2.75 million people adversely affected by natural or human-made emergencies and disasters in 55 countries across Africa, Asia and Europe.
(Doha/Cairo, 20 June 2011): The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and Qatar Charity today officially confirmed, during a signing ceremony in Doha, the Stand-By Partnership Programme that aims at deploying Qatari experts in humanitarian emergencies as part of OCHA.
Doha, May 10, 2009 - Engineer 'Abdulla Husein al-Ni'mah, the Charity's Managing Director and Board's Vice-Chairperson, inspected Qatar Charity's Strategic Stockpile of Relief Materials in the UN Storehouse at Jabal 'Ali - Dubai.
The Storehouse of Jabal 'Ali is considered one of the most important storehouses used by the UN HRD NETWORK. These storehouses are run by WFP. HRD NETWORK offers logistic services to UN Relief Organizations, Gov/NGOs and Humanitarian Organizations in the field of relief activities.
According to Mr.
Doha, April 07, 2009 - Qatar Charity's delegation will go to Dubai to participate in the Sixth Dubai International Humanitarian Aid & Development Conference & Exhibition - DIHAD - 2009, which will take place from the 7 - 9 April at the Dubai International Convention Centre. The delegation includes Mr. 'A bdullah Huasin al-Ni'mah, the Vice-Chairman of the Charity's Board and the Managing Director, Dr. 'Abdullah al-Musleh and Mr.