Volunteer work in Qatar

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World Computer Exchange-ROTA PCs refurbishing workshop

Reach Out To Asia (ROTA) schools in Asia and community projects here in Qatar are to benefit from the generous donation of 450 computers by the College of the North Atlantic-Qatar (CNAQ). To ensure ROTA possesses the skills to refurbish donated CNAQ computers on a regular basis, a volunteer from World Computer Exchange (WCE) has trained ten ROTA volunteers in how to refurbish, repair, test and prepare computers ready for installation in ROTA schools. The comprehensive three-day WCE training course saw ROTA volunteers learn how to install an operating system, set up a network,

Volunteer - Qatar Literacy Program - Stafford International School

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“It has been an incredible experience watching as these students develop their English skills,” said Mrs. S.A. Rahuman, Principal of Stafford International School. “As their literacy proficiency improves, the children have also appeared to be more confident in their normal classes, and in their dealings with other students.”


“It has been an incredible experience watching as these students develop their English skills,” said Mrs. S.A. Rahuman, Principal of Stafford International School. “As their literacy proficiency improves, the children have also appeared to be more confident in their normal classes, and in their dealings with other students.”

 

Volunteers Program

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Volunteer-prog
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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

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.

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Ramadan 2011

ROTA Adult English Literacy Program

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Qatar-Literacy
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The ROTA Adult English Literacy Program, first developed in 2009, to teach English to low-skilled migrant workers in Qatar. The program trains volunteers, mainly students, to become Literacy Trainers, who go on to deliver a 16-week English Literacy course to low-skilled migrant workers using ROTA’s custom-designed English Literacy curriculum.
The ROTA Adult English Literacy Program, first developed in 2009, to teach English to low-skilled migrant workers in Qatar. The program trains volunteers, mainly students, to become Literacy Trainers, who go on to deliver a 16-week English Literacy course to low-skilled migrant workers using ROTA’s custom-designed English Literacy curriculum. The course is designed to help workers improve their English language skills as a mean of enhancing their ability to achieve personal goals and improve life opportunities.
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Youth Development

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Qatar-YouthDev
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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.

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.

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Ramadan 2010

Community Impact Day 2007

Community Impact Day at HMC Psychiatric Hospital July 2007

Make a Difference Day 2009

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