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A Guide all about How & where to Invest in Qatar

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Invest Qatar was created to help transform one of the world’s richest economies. We do this by sharing the story of Qatar, coordinating among...

How Qatar 2022 will be the first carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup™...

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When Qatar was awarded the right to stage the first FIFA World Cup™ in the Middle East and Arab world, it not only committed...

An Inspiring Story of a Self Taught Artist – Cristina Dinu

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(1) How would you like to Introduce yourself? I am Cristina Dinu, aka BonTon Boutiq for those who know me for my art. I am...

Host a Volunteer Programme for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™

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SC Volunteer Team is launching a programme called Host a Volunteer. The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Host a Volunteer Programme aims to connect international volunteers...

6th Edition of Qatar Sustainability Week to return in October

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Qatar Sustainability Week, a National Campaign by Qatar Green Building Council aims to engage the community in a wide range of sustainability-oriented activities. The...

Annie’s Quick Tips for a Perfect Makeup Look!!

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Over-Washing Your Face Cleansing or washing your face is the first and the most important step in makeup. Every woman has a different skin type, and with...

Live Like Today Could Be Your Last

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“What you do today is important because you are exchanging a day of your life for it” There are times when we are reminded of...

Goal 6: Ensure access to water and sanitation for all

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While substantial progress has been made in increasing access to clean drinking water and sanitation, billions of people—mostly in rural areas—still lack these basic...

Qatar set to deliver the largest volunteer activation in its history...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TIxPaBanLE   By Nasser Al Mogaiseeb, Volunteer Strategy Manager, Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy When the FIFA World Cup comes to the Middle East and Arab...

Doha Rugby Football Centre

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Doha RFC History The club had the typical start of many Gulf expatriate clubs. Some like-minded, mainly British expatriate workers started throwing a rugby ball around....
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