Media Library:Press Release
|Youth in Qatar will teach Arabic to low-income workers through ROTA’s new Adult Arabic Literacy Program|
Following the success of its Adult English Literacy Program, Reach Out To Asia (ROTA) today announced its Adult Arabic Literacy Program (RAAL), in collaboration with Academic Bridge and Awsaj Academy. The program, which is sponsored by Qatar Petroleum, aims to educate workers from diverse language and cultural backgrounds in the fundamental skills of modern standard Arabic, thus helping them to grow their skills outside of their daily duties and expand their professional opportunities. As one of ROTA’s flagship Youth Engagement programs, this humanitarian program also gives young people in Qatar a unique opportunity to grow their skills as community leaders and advocates.
|13 October 2014|
|Over 120 volunteers to educate migrant workers through ROTA’S Adult English Literacy Program|
Reach Out To Asia’s Adult English Literacy (RAEL) Program has been launched again this year in collaboration with the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar, Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, Northwestern University in Qatar, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, as well as the Public Works Authority (Ashgal).
|14 September 2014|
|Qatar Football Association donates to ROTA QR 300,000 of Sheikh Jassim Cup proceeds to Gaza victims|
Qatar’s football governing body, Qatar Football Association and Reach out to Asia (ROTA), Qatar’s leading non-profit and community development organization, today issued a statement announcing that QR300,000 in proceeds from the recent Sheikh Jassim Cup will be donated to Gaza victims.
|26 August 2014|
|ROTA unveils eighth annual Ramadan Project, backed by OXY Qatar|
ROTA announced their 8th annual Ramadan Project, “Sharing Blessings”, which has become one of Qatar’s most recognized volunteer efforts supporting the local community during the Holy Month.
|18 June 2014|
|ROTA and Msheireb Volunteers Successfully Conclude Complete House Makeover in Sailiyah|
102 Reach Out To Asia (ROTA) volunteers, who took part in ROTA’s eight-day house renovation project in Sailiyah, under the “Reach into Qatar” project, have made a real difference in the life of one beneficiary family, whose house got a complete makeover and renovation.
|07 June 2014|
|ROTA–Qatar University Samaritans experienced volunteerism in Indonesia|
Nineteen student volunteers from Qatar University have embarked on a 9-day trip to Indonesia from April 10-18, 2014, to make a real difference to the lives of many students in Madrasah Ibtidaiyah and at the Community Learning Centerin Yogyakarta.
|24 May 2014|
|ROTA’s three-year Inspire project in Swat achieves a great success|
Thousands of children are enjoying the benefits of Reach out to Asia’s three-year Infrastructure Support & Professional Improvement to Revitalize Education (INSPIRE) project that has brought hope of a better future in the Swat District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan.
|20 May 2014|
|ROTA & Qatar Academy sign agreement on Computer refurbishing program|
Reach Out To Asia (ROTA), Qatar’s leading non-profit organization, and Qatar Academy (QA), key educational institution in Qatar, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on setting up a Computer refurbishing initiative at QA.
|11 May 2014|
|ROTA felicitates workers and volunteers at Adult English Literacy reflection event|
Qatar’s leading educational not-for-profit organization Reach OutTo Asia (ROTA), hosted a reflection event on 20th April at the Education City Student Center to recognize the outstanding achievements of Education City’s low-skilled workers and volunteer student tutors who participated in ROTA’s Adult English Literacy (RAEL) Program.
|21 April 2014|
|ROTA Secondary School volunteers depart for Indonesia trip|
Qatar’s pioneering not-for-profit educational organization Reach Out To Asia (ROTA) is fostering the spirit of volunteerismin Qatar by partnering with 5 secondary schools tosend 24 students, 5 teachers,and a trainer, ona 7-day trip to visit an education project in Indonesia.
|12 April 2014|