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Speech by Mr. Nayef Al Shahrani/ Head of Program TAMM Network for Volunteering

We are pleased to launch TAMM Network for Volunteering, developed in collaboration with the Founders Social Development Center (Nama), Silatech, Education Above All (EAA), through its program Reach Out To Asia (ROTA), as well as the Strategic Partner Ministry of Transport and Communications (MOTC).

 

We are launching this network as part of a joint desire to promote a culture of volunteering and enhance the engagement of youth in civil work. This network will contribute to the building of a database of volunteers and connect pioneer volunteers with volunteering establishments and opportunities in the State of Qatar. TAMM network also aims at offering technical support and assisting in the development of youth capabilities to satisfy the demands of volunteer work.

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In their efforts to establish this self-sufficient system, our founders are contributing to the State of Qatar’s efforts to enhance social work participation and raising awareness among youth of the importance of volunteering at both the individual and organizational levels. As part of its goals, TAMM network seeks to unite all the scattered volunteering forces into one database in a well-administered, modern and scientific manner in order to preserve, develop, and guide that force, thus guaranteeing the quality and efficiency of its outputs. The network also aims to direct great focus to youth and their education, so that volunteering culture is fostered as one of the main pillars of their education.

In closing, I wish to thank the  Social Development Center (Nama), Silatech, Education Above All (EAA), through its program Reach Out To Asia (ROTA), and MOTC, for their efforts and support in launching TAMM Network for Volunteering, sharing with us our aim to promote the culture of volunteering and enhance the engagement of youth in civil work.

Thank you all.