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Cambodia Calling
Posted By Sheikha Mayassa bint Hamad Al Thani | May 06, 2013

This month ROTA was proud to work with 23 young volunteers from four independent secondary schools around Doha. The eight-day trip conducted by these young women, focused on enhancing their skills in communicating with individuals from different cultures. In interacting with local families and less fortunate children, the volunteers were able to capture another country, venturing into a life changing experience.

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Empower 2013
Posted By Sheikha Mayassa bint Hamad Al Thani | April 11, 2013

Welcome to Reach Out to Asia’s Annual Youth Conference.  For the past five years, we have enjoyed engaging with dynamic and rigorous minds like you.   It has continued to re-affirm your invaluable presence, while your contribution remains a catalyst through which others around you continue to be empowered.

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Sports, a Catalyst for Change
Posted By Sheikha Mayassa bint Hamad Al Thani | February 10, 2013

Last month we celebrated the 7th edition of Wheels ‘n’ Heels.  Hosted at the Museum of Islamic Art Park, and supported by Maersk oil Qatar and the Commercialbank – this initiative focuses on local communities.  The goal is for sports to change the way we live, for the betterment of our selves as well as others.   It was a fantastic day, with parents and children together celebrating our diversity through sports, art, and culture.  

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ROTA’s Youth Advisory Board Members Leave a Mark on COP18
Posted By Sheikha Mayassa bint Hamad Al Thani | December 26, 2012

It is no surprise by now that Reach Out to Asia (ROTA) endlessly strives to empower Qatar’s youth by propelling them into local/global issues that continue to shape our cultural landscape and environment.Similarly, ROTA’s Youth Advisory Board aims to engage and sanction 14 young and active members of the ROTA Read More >

ROTA Youth Leaders are the Architects of Change
Posted By Sheikha Mayassa bint Hamad Al Thani | November 18, 2012

I would like to begin by congratulating all of you who took part in the recent ROTA Youth Service Club Leadership Training event. Your participation is a testament of your desire to bring about change within our ever-expanding local and global communities. Read More >

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