youth | Projects

Projects in Youth
Change Peoples Lives Through Education

Improve the quality and access to Secondary School Education in the selected five Schools in Baghdad and Erbil Governorates.

Youth Development, Community Development, Iraq, Service Learning
Global Citizen Corps (GCC)

The program’s goal is to inspire and equip an expanding network of young leaders to take informed actions that build and secure productive and just communities throughout the world.  Qatar joins a host of other nations in the network, including the United States, United Kingdom (Scotland), the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, and Indonesia.

Youth Development, Indonesia, Community Development, Pakistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Non-Formal Education
Qatar-Titian Scholarship Fund

The long-term commitment of ROTA and Titian Foundation to increasing educational opportunities in Bayat has seen the creation of the Qatar-Titian Scholarship Fund, a 3-year scholarship program providing financial assistance for 200 students in the SMKN 1 ROTA Bayat Vocational and other high schools students in the region.

 

Indonesia, Community Development
Volunteers Program

As one of our guiding principles, we believe strongly in volunteerism and base our overarching goals on its foundation.  Investing in the strengths and knowledge of the various communities in Qatar, the ROTA Volunteers Program aims to indoctrinate the spirit of volunteerism and encourage involvement in community development both in and outside Qatar

Qatar, Community Development, Service Learning, Non-Formal Education
Youth Development

Inspired by The Heir Apparent H. H. Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani's call for strong and active organizations to work on developing active and involved Qatari society, ROTA’s community development strategy supports the establishment of a secure and stable society operating on the principles of justice and equality.

Qatar, Youth Development, Community Development, Service Learning
Beirut19 Writing Competition

The Beirut19 writing competition offered the opportunity for young Arabs who reside in Qatar to participate in a writing competition involving Arab youth from 11 countries. The Beirut19 philosophy was inspired by Beirut39 which aims to encourage debating of important issues between young Arab writers, as well as to allow them to share and cultivate their writing talents.

Qatar, Youth Development, Non-Formal Education